- in Book Review
For years, my husband and I lived paycheck to paycheck, working multiple jobs to make ends meet. We were young and naive, living beyond our means. Fast-forward a decade or so and we are married with two kids and made a decision to drastically downsize our lives so we could begin to enjoy life again.
As perpetual adventure-seekers, we knew we wanted to lead a life of joy, but we couldn’t get past the inborn feeling that we were just here paying our bills and waiting for retirement.
There had to be more, we surmised.
So, in 2017, we sold our 15 acre farm and downsized to 301 intricately designed square feet for our family of four and our dog. We’ve been living tiny for nearly two years and it has afforded us the freedom to meet our son’s special needs, educate our kids from wherever we are parked, and I have been able to travel and speak to crowds about the benefits of simple living on mental health.
Of course we have found freedom in our finances, freedom in our time, and less stress and even cleaning, but what we’ve gained in minimizing our ‘stuff’ has transcended anything we could’ve ever imagined for our little family.
After traveling and speaking at nine tiny house events last season, the same questions kept popping up, “I want to live tiny, but HOW?” or “He wants to go tiny but I’m not so sure it is possible.”
Friends, simplified living and living with less is not only possible, regardless of your age or the size of your home, but it is something you should consider doing RIGHT NOW.
Simple Living Right Now is my book about our journey toward Endling LIfe’s Chaos and Reclaiming Joy. It is a practical, easy-to-follow guide through each room of your home for those who don’t have the time to ‘tidy up’ by holding every item they own, because this is real life and that thought gives me anxiety.
It is short. It is simple. It is hilarious. And it should be for you!
Not Sure If Simple Living Right Now Is The Book For You?
Just ask yourself these questions:
* Do you feel overwhelmed by work but know the mounting bills require you to log countless hours?
* Do you feel trapped in a job that isn’t your dream or utilizing your natural gifts?
* Do you feel like you are missing out on the best parts of your family’s lives because you are pulled in a million directions?
* Are you strangled by anxiety or clutter or endless to-do lists?
* Do you feel frustrated you are doing all that you can—but you never seem to get ahead?
* Are you unhappy with your job/school/life?
Friends, if you said yes to any of these questions, this book is for you.
Click HERE to get your copy today for Kindle or in print.
Brynn Burger is the creator of The Mama on the Rocks. She is a writer, speaker, and coach to parents of extreme children, fellow or future Roadschoolers, and folks looking to simplify their lives to reclaim the joy-filled journey we’re meant to live!
Brynn has 20 years of experience working with a wide variety of ages with both physical and mental disabilities. Her expertise and research in the field peaked when her own son began exhibiting signs of behavior disorders in 2012.
She and her husband sold their farm to live tiny in 2017 in order to better meet the needs of their extreme child and since then have been Roadschooling their kids and traveling for speaking events about the benefits for mental health and joy in living simply while chasing a life of adventure.
Since then, Brynn has created eCourses, spoken at conferences, and taught educators, professionals, and parents throughout the country about how to raise extreme children and how to differentiate for them within a classroom environment. She has spoken throughout the US at events surrounding simple living and why it is possible for everyone, no matter the size of their home.