26 Steps to Simplicity: More (Plus a Giveaway!)


Simplicity means less . . . and more.  In fact, as the title of Joshua Becker’s newest book implies, simplicity is the discovery of The More of Less.

For those of you who have been trekking along with me to today’s halfway point in this Blogging from A to Z Challenge, your commitment is about to be rewarded:)  One lucky reader is going to win a copy of Becker’s The More of Less: Finding the Life You Want Under Everything You Own and his corresponding, 12-week, online course Uncluttered.

Becker is my go-to source for inspiration and instruction in simplicity.  Be sure to visit my Facebook page to read several of his motivational quotes and posts throughout the day today.

In order to be eligible to win his book and the course, you must do one of two things:

Existing Subscribers: Leave a comment below, sharing what you hope to have more of with less (ie: closer relationships with family, freedom to travel, etc.)

Everyone Else: Become a subscriber! 🙂  Sign up to receive WoW posts via email between 4/15-4/22, and you will automatically be qualified to win.  Of course, you are always welcome to leave a comment, too. 🙂

The last day to enter is Friday, April 22nd, and I will announce the winner on Monday, April 25th.

*Becker’s book will be released on May 3, 2016, and the course opens on May 9th.  In the interest of full disclosure, those who purchase his book and register by May 2nd will have access to the $89 course for free.  So, feel free to purchase your own copy now, and if you win, you can share the free book and course with a friend.  If you choose to purchase from the link below, I will receive a small commission as an Amazon associate.

Good luck, and happy simplifying!

****We do have a winner for the More of Less giveaway. I have contacted the individual via email and am waiting to hear back from them. (Right now, I only have an email address, so I am unable to provide a name). Thanks for your participation and patience.*****


7 thoughts on “26 Steps to Simplicity: More (Plus a Giveaway!)

  1. I hope to have freedom to spend more time with my family and less guilt about not cleaning the “stuff”.

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