What is enough? Enough is a very personal metric. Like our center of gravity, each of us must find what is enough by swaying from less to more until a comfortable medium is found. The goal, then, is not to find what is, or will be, enough forever. That is impossible. The goal is to discover the tools and strategies you need to find what is enough for you right now and provide the flexibility to adjust as the conditions change. enough is the new book from Patrick Rhone, author of "Keeping It Straight".
What People Are Saying:
Not only I couldn’t put it down – I discovered a wealth of straight forward and easy to understand information – but also felt that the book was really talking to me. I believe in practical minimalism and Enough touches that beautifully.
— Uri Fridman of Minimal
I can’t recommend this book highly enough. It’s challenging and inspirational. You’ll come away from it with a better appreciation of your own life and circumstances and you’ll be better equipped to make smart choices.
— Jason Rehmus
The book is a stream of wisdom from one of the most agile minds on the web.
— CJ Chilvers of A Lesser Photographer
These essays are decorated with pearls of wisdom, and I felt like I was bookmarking something on every page.
— Andrew Marvin of Quarter-Life Enlightenment
Enough provided a respite for the mind and the soul. With its pleasant meditations in your pocket, you can return to them now and again, when you find yourself reaching for the safety of more.
— Shadoe Huard of Smarterbits
If you struggle with balance, this book is for you… At its core, Enough is a book about mindfulness. Yet it’s not another “how-to” as much as it is the world as viewed through a mindful lens.
— Michael Schechter of A Better Mess
It’s a lovely book. Patrick is one of my favorite writers, because he doesn’t simply write about technology—he writes about how we should live, and technology only plays a role in it.
— Kyle Baxter of TightWind
This book is about making you think, and that’s a good — and increasingly rare — thing.
— Stephen Hackett of 512 Pixels