Saturday, June 4, 2011

Book Bomb June 7th: The Simplicity Primer by Patrice Lewis

A BOOK BOMB is an event where buyers coordinate an effort to buy an item on the EXACT same day. When a majority of purchases of an Amazon sold book are done with this effort, it drives up the popularity of the book. Please support Patrice Lewis and purchase her book The Simplicity Primer on June 7 with the link provided below. (Only $10 to support an American Mom, Homeschooler, Writer & Homesteader, do it!)

365 Ways To Simplify Your Life

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"The Simplicity Primer would be a great high school graduation gift." - JW Rawles (Author/Owner of the Grand-daddy of all survival website:

Product Description

Have you ever wondered if it was possible to really simplify your life without giving away all your possessions, joining the Green Party, or taking up meditation? For too long, the terms "simplicity" or "simple living" have been associated with the far-left granola crowd. Now a practical alternative is available. The Simplicity Primer addresses how to achieve a simple lifestyle from a concrete, conservative, no-nonsense, realistic standpoint. It offers guidelines for family life, finances, the workplace, health, relationships, spiritual life, home, recreational activities, and much more. Imagine how simple your life would be if you were out of debt, had well-behaved kids, and a happy marriage. Imagine what it would be like to have an uncluttered home or a job you love. Imagine how it would be if you were better able to survive and thrive in these increasingly uncertain times. These things are possible, and following even a few of the 365 tips in this book will simplify your life in amazing ways.

About the Author

Patrice Lewis is a freelance writer and the author of "The Home Craft Business: How to Make it Survive and Thrive." She is co-founder (with her husband) of a home woodcraft business. The Lewises live on 40 acres in north Idaho with their two homeschooled children, assorted livestock, and a shop that overflows into the house with depressing regularity.

1 comment:

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