If life is too cluttered and chaotic, The Minimalists are here to help you make room for the most important things, which aren't really things at all: your health, relationships, growth and passions.
In MINIMALISM, Joshua Fields Millburn & Ryan Nicodemus, authors of the popular website and #1 podcast series The Minimalists, introduce you to the joys of living with less.
Feeling trapped in successful but unfulfilling corporate careers, Joshua and Ryan worked long hours, wasted money, stayed in bad relationships and spiralled into depression. The everyday grind pushed them further into debt and discontent.
After each undergoing a life-changing event, Joshua and Ryan walked away from their six-figure careers and discovered minimalism. Jettisoning most of their material possessions taught them that physical things can get in the way of the most important 'things' in life: their health, passions, growth, relationships and their contributions to the world around them.
The Minimalists website, podcast, documentary and sellout tours have helped over 20 million people declutter and find meaning. MINIMALISM is your chance to see how your life can be better with less.
Like Henry David Thoreau, but with Wi-Fi. - Boston Globe
Perhaps it's a good time to sit back and look at how we can all live with less. - USA Today
A better life, by having fewer possessions - Seattle Times
Minimalism has brought happiness to [these] two former executives. - Vancouver Sun
The path to a richer, if less cluttered, life. - Globe & Mail
Helping us end our obsession with stuff. - LA Weekly
Paring down, branching out. - Chicago Tribune
There's no judgement or pretension, just good solid advice. - Australian House And Garden
Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus help over 20 million people live meaningful lives with less through their website, books, podcast, and documentary. Known together as The Minimalists have been featured in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal and Time Magazine among others. Their previous book, Minimalism, was described by Intrepid Radio as the 'minimalism book everyone's been waiting for'.
Love People, Use Things is their latest book.