The Minimalist Mom
If the title ” The Minimalist Mom” made you also think of that and you decided it was not really for you, you might have missed one of the best ebooks around. First, I am not a mom (in case you had a doubt) and I am not a dad either. Second, I am not a minimalist, even if the concepts and the global philosophy find resonance in many aspects of my life.
And you definitely don’t need to be a minimalist nor a mom to appreciate this book.
How many times have you been told you have to do things because you’re a mom?
You have to have a car because you’re a mom.
You have to have all the stuff because you’re a mom.
You have to sacrifice your dreams because you’re a mom.
You have to conform because you’re a mom.
Well, I’ve got news for you. You can live your life however the hell you please because you’re a mom.
You don’t have to settle because you’re a mom.
You are amazing because you are a mom.
Motherhood is a beautiful thing, but there are an awful lot of assumptions that go with it. Who decided becoming moms meant we had to give up who we are as women? There is this existing notion in our society that we should be martyrs, but isn’t that insane? Minimalist motherhood is an alternative to that, because we acknowledge that we need to take care of ourselves before we can truly care for the needs of others.
There a million minimalist guides out there, but not one of them caters to one of the biggest demographics on the web – mothers. There has been need of a roadmap for those of us who aren’t single 20-somethings, because we want to be minimalists, too! Being minimalist with kids has to be possible. Who says you can’t be a minimalist mother?
Why should having children mean you can’t live a simple lifestyle? While kids do make things more complicated, they also make things more fun in a lot of ways! Why not figure out how to create a sustainable life of simplicity out of the chaos?
It has finally arrived. The definitive guide to minimalism for moms. Written by a woman for women, though men could benefit from much of it as well – this book is your ticket to radical simplicity. Because, after all, what comes after decluttering?
I hope it is your very own minimalist adventure.
Dusti, however, ends up constructing the single most effective and communicative text on Minimalism I have found to-date.
- Due to her specific focus on the concept of motherhood and minimalism, Dusti was forced to focus her message and clearly speak to her audience rather than make vague generalizations.
-Since her targeted audience was mothers, Dusti’s book is particularly motivating. Mother’s have to overcome the added burden of dealing with children (I’ll get to how this ends up working in your favor soon) so her voice is truly gripping.
-She speaks from experience. Tough, real world life experience.
-She’s radical. She’s fucking radical as all get out in her beliefs and makes you realize how little you are doing by comparison. For some people that may make you want to give up and feel inadequate. For those who are willing to: it will challenge you to rise up and do more.
-Her writing is accessible. Everett Bogue claims that alienating audience is good. Dusti writes radical, quality content with a very precise eye for her voice which allows it to remain on the cutting edge of her niche but also accessible. Content Zen.
-Her explanation of the Minimalist ideology is consummate. She doesn’t miss a single topic, she treats every angle of it with a careful and precise language.
And, don’t worry, you’re not just getting what I’ve learned on the subject. Colin Wright, Nina Yau, Matt Madiero, and Andrew Odom all contributed in their specialty areas.
Just so you know exactly what you are purchasing, here is a free download of Chapter 1. (I promise the links in the real copy work. :p)
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