Two Free Books On Simple Living

Do you find yourself rushed? Do you find your surroundings cluttered? Would you like to live more simply? If you answered yes to any of these questions, I can help you get started. Hip Diggs is currently offering two free books on simple living.


Free Books For Simple Living

Like most of you, I’ve struggled to live more simply. I’ve also made a conscious effort to study that struggle and purposefully minimize complications in life. One way I reflect on creating a simpler life is to write about it. I started Hip Diggs to share my reflections so that you might gain new strategies for simple living. That’s why I wrote these two free ebooks:

The Happiness Of Simple

Get Back To Where You Are 

In The Happiness Of Simple, I’ll teach you how living more simply can lead to more happiness. Happiness, in turn, can lead to more productivity. I discuss why our lives have become so complex and how we can change. This little book has the power to change your life. It’s free. You can get a direct link to the PDF here

Get Back To Where You Are digs deeper into our reasons for human unhappiness and overconsumption. In this book, I study ways to simplify and get in tune with your life by learning to live in the present moment. Dwelling on the past and dreaming of the future can hold us back. When we let go and live in the present, we discover something amazing. I encourage you to read this book today. Simply sign up for my newsletter and it’s yours free.

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Dan Erickson

Dan Erikson is the passionate voice behind Hip Diggs, where he explores the art of living simply and intentionally. With a keen eye for minimalism and its profound impact on our lives, Dan delves into topics ranging from decluttering spaces to decluttering the mind. Drawing from personal experiences and a deep appreciation for the minimalist ethos, he offers readers practical insights and actionable steps to embrace a more meaningful, clutter-free life. When he's not penning down his thoughts on Hip Diggs, Dan enjoys the serenity of nature, reading, and exploring the nuances of simple living in a complex world.

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