Last December, I released my book, Soulful Simplicity. I hope you’ll celebrate the one year anniversary a little early with me. The book came out on December 26th and I’m sure those of you with birthdays or special occasions that fall on the day after Christmas will understand why I’m celebrating now.
The book has sold tens of thousands of copies over the last year. It has 136 five-star reviews on Amazon and more importantly, I hear from people almost every day about changes they are making in their own lives as a result of reading Soulful Simplicity.
“Soulful Simplicity encourages conscious minimalism from the inside out. It’s a heartfelt yet practical guide for making life simple again. Courtney’s story is relatable in so many ways — she lets you walk in her shoes so you can see the mental and physical steps she took to escape a stressful life that literally almost killed her. This book has made me laugh, smile and take action towards living a life uncluttered…leaving me with space for what truly matters.” – Angel Chernoff from marcandangel.com – author of Getting Back to Happy
If you haven’t read Soulful Simplicity yet …
To keep the celebration going all month, I’ll be donating $1.00 for every book sold in December to Back on My Feet, an organization committed to helping homeless people get back on their feet through the joy of running. The volunteers from Back on My Feet let homeless people know they matter. They don’t walk by and look in the other direction. Instead they invite them for a run.
My publisher is keeping track of all sales (digital and hardcover) so you don’t have to send receipts. I’ll get back to you with our total donation in early January.
If you want a Soulful Simplicity sample, please read the first chapter here.
If you purchase the book for yourself or for a holiday gift, and want to share, please comment here or on your social platforms with hashtags #soulfulsimplicity and #backonmyfeet.
If you read Soulful Simplicity this year …
Thank you! I’m so grateful and honored that you took the time to read the book. While we are celebrating Soulful Simplicity – the book, I hope you’ll celebrate the soulful simplicity you’ve created and the steps you’ve taken to simplify.
I’d love to hear from you. Did you close the gap between inspiration and action? What did you put into action in your life as a result of reading the book. Comment here or share your stories with hashtag #soulfulsimplicity on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram so I can see what you’ve been up to and cheer you on.
- start Project 333?
- try a simplicity summit?
- start eating greens for breakfast?
- create a minimalist sanctuary?
- trade your FOMO for JOMO?
- put your hands on your heart?
Those are only a few of the recommendations mentioned in the book so I’m very curious to learn what resonated with you.
If you are sharing on Instagram, I’ll be reposting some of your images to my Instagram Stories to inspire others!
“Courtney Carver reminds us that simplicity isn’t just about being organized, it’s about getting back to love. With simple genius, Marie Kondo taught us how to declutter our homes, now it’s time to let Courtney Carver take us to a deeper place. To refine our lives, and reconnect with what matters most.” – Jonathan Fields, from jonathanfields.com – author of How to Live a Good Life.
Other ways to celebrate:
- Send Soulful Simplicity as a gift to someone you love (gifts count for the $1.00 per book donation mentioned above).
- Leave a review on Amazon.
- Post a pic of your book in the wild. As seen on Instagram (above), Soulful Simplicity loves spending time traveling, in cozy spaces, with dogs and with coffee or tea. We have a lot in common! Share your pics on Instagram or your favorite social media platform with hashtag #soulfulsimplicity.
Where to Get the Book
The book can be found at most of your local bookstores and here …
International orders (free delivery worldwide): Book Depository
However you decide to participate in this Soulful Simplicity celebration, thank you for being a part of something so special to me.