It’s our goal here at No Sidebar to help you live your life to the fullest by providing resources and inspiration you need to let go of anything in your life holding you back, to embrace positive life change, and to be a reminder that things don’t have to be perfect to live a happy life.
That’s why we’re excited to announce that we’ve collaborated with other simplicity-focused content creators such as Becoming Minimalist and The Minimalists for the New Year New You Bundle.
Regardless of your experience with New Year’s resolutions, The New You Bundle is the perfect guide to new changes. It contains valuable step-by-step resources in the four most common areas of resolutions: decluttering, habits, money, and health.
Whatever positive change you are hoping to make in your life, you’ll find supportive and relatable resources in this bundle offer—including our own 30 Days to a Simpler Life email course.
All of the content in the bundle is valued at over $350, but for the next 72 hours you can access ALL 21 books, courses, and magazines for only $49! The New You Bundle is available through this link for January 1-3.
Featured below is the exact list of content we’ll be providing to you through the bundle:
The Simple Bundle:
1. Joshua Becker: Clutterfree with Kids: Change your thinking. Discover new habits. Free your home.
Through practical application and inspirational stories, Clutterfree with Kids invites us to change our thinking, discover new habits, and free our homes. It invites us to reevaluate our lives. And it just may inspire you to live the life you’ve been searching for all along.
2. Allie Casazza: The Ultimate Guide to An Uncluttered Life
Ready to dive deeper into uncluttering your life? Unburdened is what you need. This course will walk you through setting healthy boundaries, taking ownership of your time, implementing a plan for doable self-care, and getting purposeful in your day-to-day.
3. The Minimalists: Essential Essays
The best of The Minimalists. From simple living, decluttering, and finances, to passion, health, and relationships, Essential is for anyone who desires a more intentional life.
4. The Minimalists: Minimalism
In their debut book, Joshua & Ryan, authors of the popular website The Minimalists, explore their troubled pasts and descent into depression. At age 30, both walked away from their six-figure corporate careers, jettisoned most of their material possessions, and started focusing on what’s truly important.
5. Dana K. White: The 5-Day Clutter Shakedown
In this short video course, Dana teaches her five step No Mess Decluttering Process through clear explanation and visual demonstration. This is the same process taught in her book, Decluttering at the Speed of Life. Seeing exactly how it works will give you what you need to get started in your own home.
6. NoSidebar: 30 days to a Simpler Life
Offered exclusively through NoSidebar, the 30 Days to a Simpler Life course was written by Brian Gardner. Brian is a creative entrepreneur and web designer who simplified his life through minimalism. As a result, he created NoSidebar- a collaborative blog dedicated to intentional and purposeful living.
7. Rose Lounsbury: Less
Less offers attainable steps that you can take to achieve the clutter-free, functional home you crave. Through candid stories from her life as a minimalist blogger-turned-businesswoman, Rose will inspire you to stop spending your time dealing with your stuff and start living a better life with less.
8. Crystal Paine: 21 Days to a More Disciplined Life
Do you have ideas, hopes, and dreams for what you want to accomplish in your life, but you feel like you’re being held back by a lack of personal discipline? This book will help you prioritize goals so that you can accomplish them faster than ever, make a plan to conquer obstacles, stop making excuses and get the job done now — and then enjoy the rest of your day!
9. Leo Babauta: The Habit Guide Ebook
A great guide for anyone who struggles with habits. Some of the essentials from the guide include: The basic mechanics of forming a habit; The one reason we fail to stick to a habit; A dozen+ tested and effective methods for overcoming that obstacle; Solutions to the most common habit problems; And a whole section on forming the most common habits: exercise, eating, meditation, writing, sleeping well, beating procrastination and more.
10. Optimal Living Podcast: The Optimal Living Daily Workbook
Featuring prompts (and quotes) inspired by personal development experts like Joshua Becker, The Minimalists, and Courtney Carver, this 216-page digital workbook and journal is designed to help you create action items to move forward with your personal, relationship, and financial goals.
11. Anthony Ongaro: Break the Twitch
This book is all about taking a step back, identifying the Twitch—the impulsive, unproductive responses we have to discomfort—minimizing those distractions, kicking the clutter, and doing more of what matters.
12. Bob Lotich: The (Un)Budgeting Guide Ebook
Inside this eBook from Certified Educator in Personal Finance, Bob Lotich, you’ll find the most important concepts to get started with your Single Category Budget. This is different from traditional budgeting approaches that have you cutting up credit cards and shaming yourself into living like a pauper. This is where (un)budgeting comes in.
13. Jillian Johnsrud: The Guide to Retire Often
Why retire once when you can retire often? Explore the lost art of mini-retirements and sabbaticals. You’ll learn the benefits of retiring often, how to plan your time away, how to budget for your mini-retirement, and finance it (including health care options). Plus how to set yourself up to find even better employment when your done.
14. Lauren Cobello: The Debt Free Toolbox
A digital library of helpful tools and resources for paying down debt faster, taking control of your budget, learning how to have effective money conversations with your spouse, and have less money stress than ever before.
15. Simplify Magazine: The Declutter Issue
In this issue of Simplify Magazine, we tackle the important issue of living clutter-free. The insightful articles were written by professional organizers, storytellers, life coaches, authors, and some of today’s leading minds and voices in the simplicity movement. You will find thoughtful and practical ideas on spring cleaning, thinning out your closet, and decluttering your mind.
16. Courtney Carver: The Simplicity Space Little Library
Courtney has carefully curated a selection of her most-loved and influential videos (with transcripts) of great conversations, coaching, and workshops from her larger Simplicity Space Membership Library. This little library of resources is offered no where else outside her Membership Community.
17. Marc and Angel Chernoff: One Day at a Time
This workbook will help you grasp the reins of your destiny by taking control of the small but powerful things you do each day: your rituals. Rituals are about rhythm. They are about practicing
what you want to manifest in your life.
18. Marc and Angel Chernoff: Daily Reminders
The morning is vital. It’s the foundation from which the day is built. And that’s why we have to be mindful of how we speak to ourselves when we first wake up. What we tell ourselves first thing in the morning is a big part of what we hear for the rest of the day. Positive morning reminders are honestly one of the simplest and most powerful tools for mental growth.
19. Mike Vardy: The Productivityist Playbook
Are you ready to take your productivity to the next level and become a “Productivityist”? The Productivityist Playbook provides a framework to help you hone your productivity skills, no matter where you are in your journey. With this playbook, you’ll be able to identify and track your goals, create effective processes and techniques, and learn how to become the most productive version of yourself. Unlock your full potential with this playbook and become a Productivityist today!
20. Erin Chase: New Year New You Freezer Meal Plan
With this Quick Start Guide, dinner is now healthier, more hands-off and totally hassle-free.The practicality and simplicity of make ahead freezer meals is undeniable. They are cheaper than fast food, faster than sitting in the drive thru, and the health and nutrition of these meals surpasses the other fast-food options out there.
21. Becoming Minimalist: 33% Off the Uncluttered Course
The Uncluttered Course is 12 weeks of guided instruction, community, encouragement, and inspiration to help you declutter your home. Receive 33% off the registration price for the January Edition (beginning January 17). A $33 value.
If these courses and books interest you, you’re in luck, because for the next three days, the entire bundle is on sale for only $49. Don’t miss out, the sale only lasts 72 hours.