Over the last few months, I’ve recommended several great e-books from authors who are teaching people how to live happy, fulfilling lives without a lot of possessions or money. But I’ve just found out about an amazing project put together by Karol Gajda. For three days only (until Thursday, October 7 at 10am EST), he’s offering a minimalist book bundle worth $224 (if you purchased each book on its own), for $27! I have never seen anything like this, and I’m excited to dig into these books, as I haven’t read most of them yet.
The Simple Guide to a Minimalist Life by Leo Babauta (regular price $9.95)
The Art of Being Minimalist by Everett Bogue (regular price $17)
Smalltopia: A Practical Guide to Working for Yourself by Tammy Strobel (regular price $27)
Simply Car Free by Tammy Strobel (regular price $9.95)
Unautomate Your Finances by Adam Baker (regular price $17)
Simplify: Seven Guiding Principles to Help Anyone Declutter Their Home and Life by Joshua Becker (regular price $9.95)
You, Simplified Handbook by Charley Forness (regular price $5)
Project M-31: Simplify Your Life in 31 Days by David Damron (regular price $15)
Minimalism: Seven Steps to a Simpler Life by David Damron (regular price $4.95)
Simple Health and Fitness by David Damron (regular price $9.95)
Simple. Minimalist. Life. Version 2.0 Deluxe Edition by David Damron (regular price $27)
The Minimalist Cleaning Method by Annie Brewer (regular price $9.95)
Minimalist Cooking – Take Back Your Kitchen by Meg Wolfe (regular price $4.95)
Living the Simpler Life by Sam Spurlin (regular price ($9.95)
Consume Less Create More by Brett Oblack (regular price $9.95)
Passionate Living Guide by Henri Junttila (regular price $27)
The Luxury of Less Special Edition by Karol Gajda (regular price $9.99)
These are authors who are changing the world with their ideas about living a simpler life, avoiding debt and consumerism, creating relationships with people rather than things, and minimizing our footprint on the earth. And this is a pretty amazing deal. Karol has sweetened it even further by pledging to donate all profits from the first 24 hours of the sale to Kiva to provide loans to entrepreneurs in developing countries. If you want to take advantage of this deal, here’s a link to the sale.
I’ve wanted to read a lot of these books for quite a while now. But I’ll admit that my frugal nature has kept me from buying most of them. They aren’t available at libraries, as they are e-books, and I can’t imagine a better opportunity to get ahold of them. So I’m off to buy my set of books right now. If you’ve been wanting to read any of these books, now’s a great time to get them. Happy reading! And thanks to Karol for putting this together! You can check out all of his awesome adventures and ideas here.