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- 出版社: Permaculture Principles P/L; 1版 (2016/11/28)
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- 言語: 英語
- ASIN: B01N0KF43N
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The Art of Frugal Hedonism: A Guide to Spending Less While Enjoying Everything More (English Edition) Kindle版
"An invaluable harvest of tips oozing with hedonistic wit and wonder. Packed with ideas about why and how we are to live with less to ensure we have a hell of a lot more."--Meg Ulman, co-author of The Art of Free Travel
"Total page turner... I just ate it up"--Davina Adamson
"What a terrific idea, a book showing how frugal living can be pleasurable. Not the kind of smug pleasure of the drop-out or the feeling of moral superiority that comes with driving a Prius (yes, that's me), but real actual sensual pleasure... The free-est and most contented people pretty much follow the advice in The Art of Frugal Hedonism."--Clive Hamilton, author of Growth Fetish and co-author of Affluenza (from the foreword)
"Liberate yourself from the work-to-spend cycle and become a frugal hedonist! This is the inspired message in this life-changing gem of a book. In an age that is obsessed with consumer trinkets and oblivious to waste, the philosophy of frugal hedonism provides a welcome and necessary antidote. The simplicity of this message is profound. Be frugal and be free."--Samuel Alexander, co-director of the Simplicity Institute--このテキストは、paperback版に関連付けられています。
Annie Raser-Rowland is a horticulturalist and artist, and works at CERES nursery in Melbourne, giving people advice on how to grow lots of tomatoes. She is the co-author (with Adam Grubb) of The Weed Forager's Handbook: A Guide to Edible and Medicinal Weeds in Australia (Hyland House, 2012), which has sold over 15,000 copies. Their weekly spending, on everything except housing, is less than a quarter of the Australian average.
Adam Grubb runs an urban permaculture design and education business called Very Edible Gardens, co-hosts RRR radio's Greening the Apocalypse, and also co-founded EnergyBulletin.net (now Resilience.org) and the Permablitz movement. He is the co-author (with Annie Raser-Rowland) of The Weed Forager's Handbook: A Guide to Edible and Medicinal Weeds in Australia (Hyland House, 2012).--このテキストは、paperback版に関連付けられています。
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'Frugal Hedonism' is about so much more than having more fun on less money.
But I will not criticise this book.
Generally when people talk cost they usually only ever think in terms of money - FH appreciates there are many other 'costs' and is full of humorous ideas to avoid them all - not just the monetary kind.
This book is all about adding value and joy to your life nearly effortlessly.
I can't think of a better title. Let's leave it as it is.
Enjoy it (at your leisure).
My new Bible. Very inspirational and uplifting. Down to earth with a common sense approach to life as it is and the small/bigger changes we can make. Also lots of humour which made me laugh.
However was pleasantly surprised when I began reading this delightful and humorous book as it is full of witty humour and life experiences tips,and antidotes which were once considered a learned wisdom of the elders
Their advice should you accept it will help you for the rest of your life's journey
First, aside of all the cool concepts and practices discussed through the book, it was just a joy to read. The authors have a fantastic, fun and entertaining writing style that was so easy to read and made me want to keep learning from them. It was as if they were in my living room drinking a coffee with me.
The 'all-in' style of the authors in their lifestyle choices was an inspiration, too. I understand why the book was called Frugal Hedonism, but I would suggest that a more descriptive title (or subtitle) be 'Finding Joy Outside Your Wallet'. The book to me was so much more than money saving tips - although there were heaps of those - it was like an antidote to today's ever-accelerating pace of life and consumption; like swapping your Porsche on the autobahn for a bicycle in a small village.
It's worth talking about the practical bits. While what I got out of this was more a mindset shift than a lot of behaviour tips, there were heaps of those too! The book is jam-packed with things you can try straight away to keep a few extra coins in your pocket as well as things to talk with your friends and family about trying out. I've bookmarked the 'extra resources' section and intend to spend a lot more time there picking up extra ideas and inspiration.
Reading this was just so refreshing. It's a positive change book that encourages and entices rather than shames and preaches (mostly) which made me more motivated to enact its ways. Short chapters and amusing anecdotes and pictures made it great for a long session, but just as helpful for a quick infusion between all the busy things that you're doing while thinking about doing less.
A spectacular book! I'll be recommending this to all my friends so we can put into practice as many of the ideas as possible.
towards living more frugally without feeling downcast about it. This book sets good examples and , although some extremes
go way beyond my limits, it does give guidelines that one can adapt to ones own livestyle.
I won't go shopping in waste containers (yet) but will downsize my expectations of what I really need to dress, eat and travel about.
Also, this book is about enjoying free things that I wouldn’t think of like that, exactly because they were free. Having a walk at the beach, enjoying my cosy bed and fresh air. I didn’t look at free things as being that worthy compared to things I had to pay for.