I signed up for the new Kindle Unlimited program last night (free for 30 days) because I was particularly intrigued that several of the titles also came with narration (i.e. audible audio books). I'm mostly interested in these narration titles because I read kindle books on my iphone5, so I don't like to read on my iphone after dark to minimize the blue light affecting my sleep patterns.
I searched my tail off and eventually found the proper search filters so I could just download books that have narration, and I wanted to share the link with you.
This link also has the results sorted by average customer review.
I'm out here in the wilderness. All alone.
This peace and connection to nature feels so good. Deep in my soul thankfulness stirs. I can't believe this life that I've created.
Determination got me here. This place where I decide how I spend most of my time. I am no longer a servent of the system. I sell things online that make people happy, and they pay me generously to deliver it.
It's a fair trade and that feels good.
I feel deeply for those trapped in the wage slavery system who have not the slightest clue that there is a way out. A path that's pretty straightforward. If this is you, please wake up and get to work.
There are two kinds of situations where people both feel deserving, but one ends up better for it and one worse.
Picture someone driving by an ice cream shop at the end of a long productive day. "Man that ice cream sounds delicious," they tell themselves. "I worked hard today, I deserve it." So they decide to indulge in a deliciously unhealthy feast of fat and sugar.
Behind that car is another person whom also had a fantastically productive day. They see the ice cream shop and at first it sounds delicious, but then they tell themselves "I am a good person who deserves to feel amazing and energized, therefore I don't eat unhealthy food - I'll go for yogurt and berries instead when I get home."
They have much in common, both crave ice cream and both think they're deserving people.
Your possessions own you, you don’t own them. Getting rid of all the crap that is cluttering your life and mind brings freedom. The major burdens of cleaning, maintenance, moving, and purchasing begin to fade.
Are you ready? Because it’s time. Time for you to become a minimalist.
It's time to take charge of this important mission and decide on a strategy for getting rid of your stuff. Here are 18 different strategies/ideas you can employ to begin getting rid of your stuff right now:
“The trouble with the rat race is that even if you win, you're still a rat.” Lily Tomlin
We signed up for a race, but we can’t seem to find the finish line. However, when we’re fresh out of college, we can picture it at least...
LEARN TO BE HAPPY WITH LESS (Minimalism)
Want to call yourself an entrepreneur? Than sell something.
This is a guide to making your first sale on a good or service in one day.
Most people think starting a business is a major risk. They consider it to be a HUGE decision that requires months of planning and significant upfront investment.
Well, that sounds like it would suck to me.
I'm not a big fan of the "only" way or "right" way attitudes. You know - "the only way to do this is ______" attitude. If your a creative enough person, there are multiple good ways to do pretty much everything.
Since there are multiple ways to do everything, people have become confused. We just want you to tell us one way, the "right" way. We don't want to be creative or play the guessing game.
Humans do a lot of stupid things that don’t really matter. Stuff like this:
Well, your wasting your time. These are activities of the unremarkables.
Who cares what people think, get a life, torch your car, read a book, unsubscribe, and quit your job.
You are creative as hell. Your brain is extremely powerful.