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I love the Luxury of Less because it’s so much more than an ebook on minimalism. The Luxury of Less is about living a healthy life filled with joy. Karol gives great advice and ideas to change your life in simple, practical ways that make a big difference. Anyone can benefit from the ebook, not simply someone who wants to live with less than 100 things and travel the world. The Luxury of Less is written for a mother of 3, a single twenty something and a retiree. With it’s dirt cheap price, I highly recommend the Luxury of Less to anyone who is looking to pare down their life and focus on what is most important.

– Kristen Sloan, www.kristensloan.com

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In the luxury of less ebook, Karol walks you through how you can examine your life inside out through minimalism. It’s about examining not only one’s relationship with stuff but also relationships with people and relationship with one’s self.

I really enjoyed reading the ebook as Karol’s authenticity shines when he used his life experiences as an example and an inspiration to answer the question on why be a minimalist. The luxury of less is not about depriving oneself, it’s about making room for the things that matter to you and using them as tools to go for your dreams and live your best life. Whether you’re a long time minimalist or new to the concept of minimalism, this ebook will certainly inspire you to clear the clutter in your life, remove toxic relationships, be a friend to yourself and most of all enjoy life to the fullest by working on what you’re truly passionate about.

If there’s one book on minimalism that you should read, this would be it.

– Anna Zalazar, @AnnaZalazar

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I write this as I try to drown with music, the mindless screams of my neighbors at their TV during the Superbowl game. For some people, the concept of experiences is limited to a few football games and a vacation at a resort. Mine have been the rain drenched hike with acquaintances in the hills behind my condo in India, a reservation-less and unplanned train travel to another city with my best friend to visit his old boarding school related memories, motorcycle commutes to work in cold and rain, bicycle commutes to work in 102 degree heat etc. I knew instantly while I was in the thick of these experiences that these amounted to something special. I am glad you talked about it and spread the word of this education and enrichment that has no parallels.

The Luxury of Less is a simple and unpretentious field guide to living a fulfilled life, a life where the pursuit of happiness is easier to do. Its value lies in its humility in explaining why each of the rings are important and how to achieve them. The challenges are solidly defined. I am more impressed by how well the last ring was explained. It is a difficult one to understand. When I tell people that I am a minimalist, people seem to pin down each and every aspect of minimalism they have heard about on me. Instead, my minimalism is educated by the acts of various minimalists and applied around my own life with the goal of making it simpler. I hope more people have understood the concept of the Void.

– Abhishek, www.findingmukherjee.com

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Luxury of Less is a brilliant primer on simplicity … but much more than that, it serves as a tangible roadmap and how-to guide for those embarking on the journey to find a simpler life. In addition to describing his 5 Rings of Minimalism, Karol lays out ten challenges to get beyond the theoretical into the nitty-gritty of actually making life simpler and way more satisfying. Even if you don’t agree with every suggestion, Karol will get you beyond thinking to doing, to living a life of simplicity!

– T.C. Judd

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This guide is not just for the 20 something extreme-minimalist crowd who can live out of a backpack, Karol takes a holistic approach to minimalism and decluttering that considers each individual life situation and allows the reader to attain freedom. The guide gives advice on how to achieve balance in the most important areas of life; health, wealth, relationships, experiences and the void and the guide manages to do this in a simple and efficiently worded way.”

– Tom Warner, www.theguruquest.com

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The title may be the “The Luxury of Less”, but this book is really about having more. More living, more freedom, and having a truly “Ridiculously Extraordinary” life. Karol doesn’t give the typical “how to declutter” list and with his concise writing, he gets to the core, and provides exactly what you need to take action. He also explores way beyond dealing with personal belongings. He looks at physical, mental and emotional clutter and presents all of this as an interrelated whole that must be in balance to work. He achieves all of this in only 70 pages. Every page is packed with useful information and it all comes from his own experiences. It’s clear he walks the talk and lives the life so many of us dream of and he didn’t get there by some lucky whim. He overcame his own obstacles and took action. The kind of person most of us can learn from. If you want to change your life, “The Luxury of Less” is a great place to start.

– Sarah St John, www.thefreedomdream.com

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Luxury of Less is a goldmine of useful tips, ideas and suggestions for simplified, sustainable living. What stood out to me most was the section that removes the complexities from health, fitness and exercise. Everybody could benefit from these ideas; if implemented you’ll soon find yourself feeling energised and most importantly, you’ll have a happier relationship with food, too!

– Adam Nuttall, www.adamnuttall.co.uk

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Reviewing Luxury of Less after I’ve implemented the teachings so fully isn’t fair to those of you who haven’t experienced the surreal joy and true luxury of less. I can only recommend that you buy the book to strengthen the bonds which make up a full, rich life. This book clicks as TRUE from all angles, to the point where I gladly jumped in and tried it…just like he said to, and I’ve never looked back. He advocates much more caution than I’ve used, however. Gentle, exquisitely phrased advice from a man living up to his words. I only wish more of my therapy clients would use these principles in their own lives–they wouldn’t need me then.

Jeanie Witcraft, MSW, LCSW, www.jwitcraft.com

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Luxury of Less was perfect. While I was able to read the whole thing cover to cover in very little time, I find myself returning to it regularly to find new gems of insight as my life changes. The idea of balance is one I think a lot of people struggle with these days. Karol really breaks down life into what matters and how different pieces of life really do interlock and affect each other. The thirty day challenges are perfect, though they’re not easy. The hardest part was trying not to do them all at once. [Karol’s note: not supposed to attempt more than 1 at a time.] Since reading Luxury of Less I find myself more consciously making decisions. I’ve been working towards a more minimalist intentional life for a few years now and this book definitely helped me get over some of the bigger hurdles I was having.

– Paige H.

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Luxury of Less shows you how to live fully with less stuff and gives you concrete ideas and reasons why this is the best way to live.
One of the messages that resonated with me is that, is not about having a certain number of things, but having just what you need.
Great job Karol!

Rosa

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An ispiring reflection on the truly important things in life.

– Antonio Serrano

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