A Simplified Life
By Emily Ley
Clear the Clutter Once and for All
Do you long to simplify the demands on your time, energy, and resources? Have complicated responsibilities, overwhelming to-do lists, and endless clutter left you feeling overwhelmed?
Busy wife, mom, entrepreneur, and bestselling author Emily Ley knows how you feel. With a growing family, increased work demands, and more, she understands the struggle it is to keep the plates spinning.
In A Simplified Life, you’ll find Emily’s strategies, systems, and methods for permanently clearing the clutter, organizing your priorities, and living intentionally in 10 key areas—from your home and meal planning, to style and finances, parenting, faith life, and more. Emily will show you how to truly make the most of your days with realistic, achievable, and tactical tools.
Walk alongside Emily through each page of the book, working through her simple strategies toward your own goals as you simplify and make space for what matters most.
Life Changer5By I love puppies cuteThis book truly changed the way I view life now. Because of A Simplified Life, I enjoy time with my kids and my husband and everything else in this crazy life. Thank you Emily!
It caught me by surprise5By Mrs2ARCI got this book from a friend! Little did she know that this was my goal this year 2018. Emily Ley is so down to earth. I love how she puts herself in the book and what has helped her, could also help us.
Great Read!5By Atram15If you’re looking for ways to make your life more simple, here you’ll find practical ways to get there. This isn’t a minimalist guide, but a reminder to give more margin back to your life by living simply. Emily truly reminds you why it’s important to live simple — in the margin, we find love and fun and make more memories. No need to be complicated or chaotic. I found most of the advice easy enough to apply to my daily life, but I also have twin 16 month olds and a 34 month old, so simplicity isn’t quite the name of the game, it’s survival. 😉 But this book helped to align my heart to start small, make margin, and hold myself to a standard of grace, not perfection.