My books!

Simple(ton) Living: Lessons in balance from life’s absurd moments
[248 pages, print, soft-copy, $9.99]

Funny stories. Good advice. Looking for a bit more balance and simplicity in your life? Whether driving his scooter through the streets of Taiwan wearing a dress, chasing a thief through back alleys in Africa, rafting down a river in a dugout canoe in the jungles of Ecuador, or fighting cancer in Canada, Josh Martin’s misadventures have taught him many valuable lessons. This hilarious collection of over 50 stories offers insightful advice and practical tips on: work/life balance, time management, setting priorities in life, doing more with less, voluntary simplicity and a whole lot more!

Balancing Priorities and Prioritizing Balance
[52 pages,  ebook, $0.99]

| Kindle | Kobo | Smashwords* |
works for iBooks, Sony Reader, Nook, PDF & others

How to make room for what matters most in life. If you’ve ever asked the question “where the heck am I going?” or wanted to find room in your busy schedule for the things you love, this is the book for you. And the best part is it costs less than dinner at McDonald’s (and it’s a whole lot better for you too). The book contains seven exercises designed to help you: identify what’s really important to you, explore alternative definitions of success, examine your work-life balance and develop practical strategies to make room for life’s priorities. Also available in print ($5.00)

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28 Responses to My books!

  1. Looking forward to reading your books! You have an inspiring story and I can’t wait to read your advice on minimalism.

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