In this episode of The Minimalists Podcast, Joshua Fields Millburn & Ryan Nicodemus discuss best practices for decluttering, and they attempt to answer the following questions:
- What is one thing you always thought you wanted, but then, once you got it, you no longer wanted it?
- How do you gradually declutter your home?
- How do you explain greed in our society?
- What do you do with old photos after you scan them?
- How do you deal with the natural pulling away from friends with different values?
- When is The Minimalists’ documentary coming out?
- What charities do The Minimalists support?
- Do The Minimalists gain any money from their website?
Mentioned in This Episode
- Everything That Remains contest: answers and winners
- Essay: Someday
- Event: 3 Caffeinated Days with The Minimalists
- Video: Pack Like The Minimalists
- Essay: Life Is an Acquired Taste
- Challenge: 30-Day Minimalism Game
- Book: Some Thoughts About Relationships
- Book: Minimalism
- Essay: Packing Party
- Photo essay: Practical Minimalism Tips
- Free meetup groups: Minimalist.org
- Movie: Minimalism
- Study: Some Primates Share, Others Are Stingy
- Challenge: Scanning Party
- Essay: Favorite Clothes of a Minimalist
- Charity: The Hope Effect
- How to write a letter to The Minimalists
- Epictetus quote about children
- Event: Tuesdays with The Minimalists
- Podcast: Culture Gabfest
- Coffee: Dogwood
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