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The New Good Life

By John Robbins (Ballantine, 2010)

Robbins defines the “new good life” as one of conscious consumption (unlike the conspicuous consumption of days past) and recommends a list of actionable strategies to help you achieve it, from riding a bike to plugging up money leaks, to simply deciding to work less and be time-rich instead. His life-affirming advice to steward our time as well as our money provides a refreshing antidote to the fear mongering that occurs during economic hard times.

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