Downsizing Your Life for Freedom, Flexibility and Financial Peace
by Claire Middleton
Attention, Baby Boomers and anyone else who’s:
- Stuck in a rut and wishes for freedom…
- Unemployed and needs to move to a cheaper place…
- Overwhelmed and wants to simplify…
…but has too much stuff to go through first.
In Downsizing Your Life for Freedom, Flexibility and Financial Peace, you’ll learn about the joys of the downsized life:
- Lower personal expenses,
- Flexibility to move to wherever your career takes you,
- Clutter-free living, and
- More time to do what you love to do!
Thanks to the economic downturn, Claire Middleton and her family lost their business and had to sell their spacious home. They sold or gave away more than half of their possessions to comfortably fit into the little house where they now live (quite happily). And they learned that downsizing, even forced downsizing, can be a blessing in disguise.
In Downsizing Your Life for Freedom, Flexibility and Financial Peace, Claire shares her story as well as those of others who learned the truth about possessions and freedom after downsizing their lives (voluntarily or not).
Is your lifetime’s worth of stuff holding you back? Are you missing out on dreams and opportunities because the burden of your possessions weighs you down?
It’s never too late to free yourself! Downsizing Your Life for Freedom, Flexibility and Financial Peace will show you how.
Downsizing Your Life for Freedom Flexibility and Financial Peace
Author: Claire Middleton ● Parker-Elgin Press: 2014
eBook File Size: 266 KB
About the Author
Claire Middleton is a freelance writer who learned how to downsize and declutter after moving three times in four years, going from a 5-bedroom house to a tiny ranch, and selling or donating more than half of her family’s possessions in the process. When she’s not writing, she’s usually in the kitchen or the garden.
Reviews for Downsizing Your Life for Freedom Flexibility and Financial Peace:
5.0 out of 5 stars Help for struggling downsizers, June 20, 2014
This book caught my eye when I was in the middle of a downsizing project. I’ve wanted to pass along unused possessions and organize what I keep. After reading this book, my kitchen cabinets are neat and uncluttered, others are using things that had been sitting around (jello molds anyone?), and best of all, I feel lighter and more at ease. I’m going to keep going. If you’re thinking about it, read this book.It’s a good motivator.
5.0 out of 5 stars very interesting, March 26, 2014