Book of the Month for October 2015

For the month of October, I have chosen ‘Everything that Remains’ by The Minimalists, Joshua Fields Millburn & Ryan Nicodemus. The first time I came across the Lifestyle choice of Minimalism was when I heard a ‘Tedx Talk’ given by this duo. Will share my views on the book once I am done reading it. You are also welcome to read the Book with me!

Regards,

Arpita.

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Welcome to my blog! I am a 20 something Lawyer from India. I like myself some travel whenever I can get away from my work. I decided to take a leap of faith & share my stories with the world through my blog. I hope you enjoy reading my travel tales and stay with me for the ones to come! Also I have a personal blog where I share my everyday experiences & much more! If you have any questions or comments, feel free to email me at arpita087@gmail.com. Let Connect! Cheers!

14 thoughts on “Book of the Month for October 2015”

  1. Wow another on Minimalism. You know you, Debbie and I are a cohort. Though I am more minimalist than you two 😛 😛

    I am still trying to start the one you shared before. This is a reminder for me. I will surely read it in October and share some ideas with you. Maybe I will write a review. I promise(should I?) 😛

    Love and light ❤

    Anand 🙂

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    1. lolz I think Thats a pretty inappropriate book for you now that I have read it. You don’t have clutter in the first place! I think the book of this month might interest you more! Do check your email in a another hour or so. Can you work on a post on your journey to Minimalism? With possible advice on how to go about it instead?

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      1. Oh, thanks then it saves me a lot of work lol 😛

        Yes, I got the mail. Thank you. To be honest, I was born that way. I always hated if I had to accumulate anything or to carry anything with me during travels. My parents always wanted me to carry a lot of things and I always kept a bare minimum. I might write a book-review but I feel you would better do it, if there has been a journey. We can read the book together. Exchanging our ideas in between. That would be fun I feel. Thanks a lot again for sharing those books with us. Love and light ❤

        Anand 🙂

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