Many of us feel like our stuff owns us, rather than the other way around. We desire simpler home and work environments with freedom and room to breathe, but we’re often unsure how to get there. In this humorous, engaging presentation, Rose explores how minimalism, the age-old philosophy that less is more, can improve our modern, busy lives.
We are all given the same 24 hours each day, yet many of us go to bed each night wondering if we’ve spent our time wisely. In this practical, thought-provoking presentation, Rose focuses on techniques to help us spend time more intentionally. Audiences will learn how to identify time gaps, balance must do’s with could/should/want to do’s, and use time blocking to make meaningful and productive daily schedules.
Rose Lounsbury is a minimalism and simplicity coach, TEDx speaker, and author of the Amazon bestselling Less: Minimalism for Real. After blogging about her personal journey toward a minimalist lifestyle, Rose was inspired help others live simpler lives with less stuff. Rose spends her days writing, coaching her clients to stuff-free freedom, and soaking up the moments with her husband and wild triplets in lovely Dayton, Ohio. Rose is a regular guest on Fox News Good Day Columbus and has also been featured on NPR, Good Morning Cincinnati, and Living Dayton.
In Less: Minimalism For Real, Rose Lounsbury–minimalism and simplicity coach and still-sane mother of triplets–takes a practical, hands-on approach to decluttering your home and simplifying your life. Based on her own life-changing experiment of “going minimalist,” Rose provides a realistic guide to reducing your excess stuff–and reclaiming your hard-earned free time.
Less offers attainable steps you can take to achieve less stress and more open space in your home. Through candid stories from her life as a minimalist blogger-turned-businesswoman, Rose will inspire you to stop spending your time dealing with your stuff and start living a better life with less.