For too long, books on “simplicity” and “simple living” have been associated with the far-left granola crowd. But now there’s a practical and inspired alternative, one that addresses how to achieve a simple lifestyle from a concrete, conservative, no-nonsense, realistic standpoint, and which offers valuable guidelines for family life, finances, the workplace, health, relationships, spiritual life, home, recreational activities, and much more.

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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.

Patrice Lewis is a freelance writer, author, columnist, blogger, speaker, homesteader, wife and mother. She and her husband do what they jokingly refer to as the Three H’s: Homeschooling, Homesteading, and Home Business-ing. This means they homeschool their two daughters; they homestead 20 acres in north Idaho (raising cattle, chickens, wheat, and vegetables); and they have a home woodcraft business that has been virtually their sole source of income for 18 years.

“Essentially, if I had to sum up my book in three words it would be, ‘Make good choices,'” Lewis told a talk-show host recently. “And if you make good choices throughout your entire your life, you’re automatically granted a degree of simplicity that is not afforded those who live complicated lives because of poor decisions.”

Typical Amazon reader-reviews include:

  • “If you truly care for yourself – or would like to – read Patrice Lewis’s ‘Simplicity Primer.’ Easy to read, not preachy, and based on old-fashioned common sense, this book makes the connection between good choices and a happy, well balanced life through a series of 365 thoughtful and often times funny essays.
  • “So many times before I’ve purchased a ‘simple’ book only to find out the very way it’s laid out proves the author doesn’t even drink their own Kool-Aid. But the way Patrice Lewis has even laid out her book is simple. I like the insights and the fact I can read multiple entries in a single day, or go a few days before picking it up again, and I’m never lost and left fumbling through the last little bit I read to catch myself up again. Also, the author is straightforward and unapologetic of her own views, which is a nice breath of fresh air. I figured I’d like the book (why else would I buy it?), but I’m absolutely surprised at how very much I’m enjoying it. When I finish I think I’ll flip right back to the beginning and start reading it again. Simple as it is, there’s a lot of wisdom to be gleaned which makes a second read through a worthwhile investment.”


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