Book Reviews of Living More with Less

Living More with Less
Living More with Less
Author: Doris Janzen Longacre
ISBN-13: 9780836119305
ISBN-10: 0836119304
Publication Date: 10/1/1980
Pages: 294
Rating:
  • Currently 4.1/5 Stars.
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4.1 stars, based on 25 ratings
Publisher: Herald Press
Book Type: Paperback
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Mennonite Book on enjoying without all the materialism in today\'s world.
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4 out of 5. Really enjoyed this book on simple living from a Mennonite Christian's point of view.
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By the author of the More-with-Less Cookbook. The subtitle is "a pattern for living with less and a wealth of practical suggestions from the worldwide experiences of Mennonites". Los of inspiration and good practical ideas for simple living.
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By the author of the More-with-Less Cookbook, this is a wealth of practical suggestions from the experiences of Mennonites world-wide. Recommended reading for everyone interested in social justice.
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Practical suggestions on money, clothing, housekeeping, transportation, etc. to simplify your life . . .
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This book is a classic with practical suggestions on money, clothing, homes, homekeeping, transportation and travel, celebrations,recreation, eating together and strenghtening each other etc.
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This is a great book that helps us begin to shape our imaginations away from consumption and toward creative and always practical ways of living more lightly on the earth and on our pocketbooks. Seriously, this book is far more practical and helpful than any of the new trendy "how to be green" types of books out there on the market. The author collected tips from folks who have lived all over the world, gaining advise from global cultures about ways to bring our levels of consumerism down to something reasonable enough that the whole planet might be able to enjoy a decent and sustainable quality of life.

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