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Featured Blog — Zen Habits

Welcome to Loving Simple Livings featured blog Sunday! I wanted to take a Sunday and feature Zen Habits.   From everything I can tell, this is the best Minimalist website anywhere.  This guy is brilliant, and his writing is amazing.  Stepping onto his site or into his writings is like a breath of fresh air, your shoulders drop, and life looks brighter.  Just give it a try 🙂

Here is what he has shared on his about page:

My name is Leo Babauta, and I’m the creator and writer here. I’m married with six kids, I live in San Francisco (just moved here from Guam), I’m a writer and a runner and a vegan. Read more: My Story. Source

He just posted recently on conscious practice, it is a great article on practicing intentional living.  It isn’t about past failures, it isn’t about future goals of greatness, it is about day-to-day, minute-by-minute, choosing to create the habits for the life you want to own in the present.

Got any favorite websites you would like to share?  I am looking for more to feature on Sundays.

6 Comments

    • thanks, I will check it out!

  1. Kendra Carlson Kendra Carlson

    have you read “the power of less”? it’s on sale for 3.99 until the end of Jan and I was thinking of buying it.

    • I haven’t read it, but I did see that it was on sale and I have wanted to read it. I am sure it is super good. This might make a good book for February 🙂

  2. Hi Lorilee

    I love Leo’s work and wish I had the ability to make my life simpler. I’ve been working on that.

    One of the books he wrote is called “focus – a simplicity manifesto in the Age of Distraction” I liked it so much that I created what I call a “guided readthrough” for it. Leo has made this book available without copyright – basically in the public domain – which allows me to do this.

    I’ve posted each section on the MasterIt.ca site and created an email series which sends you a link to each section on either a daily or weekly basis together with some topics to think about as you read it. It allows you to read it a piece at a time so you can digest what you read.

    You can also download the book from Zen Habits as a PDF.

    • wow, thanks for sharing!

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