Lorilee Lippincott (how awesome is that name?) actually had me at the name of her blog: Loving Simple Living. And if I wasn’t sold already, she would have definitely drawn me in with the tagline: simplifying, destressing, and focusing on what matters.
Sounds good, doesn’t it?
Lorilee’s blog is wonderful reading and — if living simply appeals to you — you should definitely check it out.
Lorilee has also put her thoughts into a book, 3-2-1 Stop: Stop Running and Start Living, which was released earlier this month.
In 3-2-1 Stop, Lorilee divides her simple living philosophy into three main sections: Stuff, Space, and Self. She promises her readers that the book will
“clear out all the craziness and clutter from your life and make room for the simplicity to come in.”
I love that philosophy. I definitely believe that moving out the old (literally and figuratively) makes room for new, good things to come.
That’s why I was so pleased when Lorilee offered to give away not one, but three copies of her book to readers of The Family CEO.
All you have to do to earn an entry is to leave a comment on this post saying why you would like to win a copy of the book.
What could be simpler?
You can also get additional entries by 1) subscribing to The Family CEO by either email or RSS and leaving a separate comment to let me know you did that and/or 2) liking The Family CEO on Facebook and leaving a separate comment telling me you did that.
Next Monday I’ll choose a winner using the random number generator. To be guaranteed an entry, please leave your comment by noon, CST, on Monday, April 9.
So tell us in the comments why you want to live more simply and you may win a book to help you do just that.