What Does it Mean to Live Simply?

In essence, releasing, letting go, and finding peace.

It’s been our goal here at No Sidebar to help you live your life to the fullest by giving you the steps and information you need to let go of anything in your life holding you back, and to be a reminder that you don’t have to do it all to live a happy, simple life.

That’s why we’re excited to announce that we’ve collaborated with other simplicity-focused content creators such as Becoming Minimalist and The Minimalists for the Simple Bundle Sale.

Regardless of your experience as a minimalist, The Simple Bundle is the perfect guide to living your life with less. It contains a series of content designed to lead you through your minimalist journey towards a happier, more peaceful, and more intentional life.

All of the content in the bundle is valued at over $225, but during the US Labor Day Weekend you can access all 17 books, courses, and magazines for only $37. The Simple Bundle is available through this link for 72 hours from Aug 31- Sep 3. Featured below is the exact list of content we’ll be providing to you through the bundle.

The Simple Bundle:

1. Joshua Becker: Clutterfree with Kids: Change your thinking. Discover new habits. Free your home.

Through practical application and inspirational stories, Clutterfree with Kids invites us to change our thinking, discover new habits, and free our homes. It invites us to reevaluate our lives. And it just may inspire you to live the life you’ve been searching for all along.

2. The Minimalists: Essential Essays

The best of The Minimalists. From simple living, decluttering, and finances, to passion, health, and relationships, Essential is for anyone who desires a more intentional life.

3. Patrick Rhone: Enough

Like our center of gravity, each of us must find what is enough by swaying from less to more until a comfortable medium is found. The goal, then, is not to find what is, or will be, enough forever. That is impossible. The goal is to discover the tools and strategies you need to find what is enough for you right now and provide the flexibility to adjust as the conditions change.

4. Francine Jay: Miss Minimalist

This delightful collection of articles by Francine Jay, author of “The Joy of Less, A Minimalist Living Guide,” provides great inspiration to pare down your possessions. Jay breezes from practical topics, like “What’s in a Minimalist Kitchen” and “How Many Shoes are Enough,” to more philosophical musings, like what the Japanese or ancient Greeks can teach us about simple living.

5. NoSidebar: 30 days to a Simpler Life

Offered exclusively through NoSidebar, the 30 Days to a Simpler Life course was written by Brian Gardner. Brian is a creative entrepreneur and web designer who simplified his life through minimalism. As a result, he created NoSidebar- a collaborative blog dedicated to intentional and purposeful living.

6. Courtney Carver: Microbusiness

Everything you’ll need to start your own microbusiness. Includes A PDF with 11 Lessons (+ a bonus module on blogging) with more than 20,000 words, 2 inspiring playlists and 3 audio lessons.

7. Erica Layne: The Clutter Cleanse

Discover the nine truths that are keeping you stuck in a home with too much stuff and with a heart that feels so much heavier than it needs to. If you want to declutter and experience the freedom of living with less- but if you somehow never make real progress toward your goal- this book will teach you why and will empower you to make lasting change.

8. Tsh Oxenrider: One Bite at a Time: 52 Projects for Making Life Simpler

Broken down into manageable chunks, One Bite at a Time provides you with steps, tips, links, and motivation to slow down and simplify.

9. Pia Edberg: The Cozy Life

In today’s world, we’re constantly rushing from one thing to the next and are struggling with information overload. We’re more disconnected from ourselves and our loved ones than ever before. Rediscover the joy of the simple things through the Danish concept of Hygge in The Cozy Life. This book will inspire you to slow down and enjoy life’s cozy moments!

10. Anthony Ongaro: Break the Twitch

This book is all about taking a step back, identifying the Twitch—the impulsive, unproductive responses we have to discomfort—minimizing those distractions, kicking the clutter, and doing more of what matters.

11. Sandy Kreps: Fresh Start

Sandy’s encouraging style and personal anecdotes make you feel like you’re chatting with a good friend over coffee. “Fresh Start” is a practical introduction to living with less, written by someone with a genuine passion for simplifying and living lightly on the planet.

12. Colin Wright: Considerations

Considerations is about asking questions, attaining new perspectives, figuring out what you believe, and determining how these beliefs can help guide your actions. The book is formatted as a series of over fifty short essays which are intended to spark ideas, questions, and thoughtfulness in those who read them.

13. Simplify Magazine: The Declutter Issue

In this issue of Simplify Magazine, we tackle the important issue of living clutter-free. The insightful articles were written by professional organizers, storytellers, life coaches, authors, and some of today’s leading minds and voices in the simplicity movement. You will find thoughtful and practical ideas on spring cleaning, thinning out your closet, and decluttering your mind.

14. Kathy Gottberg: Rightsizing: Reinventing Retirement (eBook)

Rightsizing—A SMART Living 365 Guide to Reinventing Retirement is a collection of blog posts written by Kathy Gottberg on her blog SMART Living 365.com. These articles address some of her best ideas about the topic and reveal how each of us can discover our own unique version of a life focused on what truly matters.

15. Courtney Livingston: The Smart Girl’s Guide to Surviving Her Twenties (eBook)

This quick, fun read will fully prepare you to take on this very exciting stage of life that is being in your twenties. 

16. Allie Casazza: The Ultimate Guide to An Uncluttered Life

Ready to dive deeper into uncluttering your life? Unburdened is what you need. This course will walk you through setting healthy boundaries, taking ownership of your time, implementing a plan for doable self-care, and getting purposeful in your day-to-day.

17. Minimalism Co.: The Minimalism Challenge eBook

The Minimalism Challenge offers a full year’s worth of lessons on how to transform your life with simple steps that empower you to improve your decision-making, build good habits and focus on what matters most. The book includes 52 weekly lessons grouped into 12 monthly life themes that teach you how to live easy for an entire year (and beyond) by cultivating awareness, clarity, and focus: 

If these courses and books interest you, you’re in luck, because this weekend only the entire bundle is on sale for only $37. Don’t miss out, the sale only lasts 72 hours.

About the Author: Caitie Wiersma is the Managing Editor and an occasional writer for No Sidebar. She lives in sunny California with her cat Roxy and enjoys editing and reading all of the submissions for NoSidear.

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