In this episode of The Minimalists Podcast, Joshua & Ryan discuss minimalism approaches to technology, and they attempt to answer the following questions:
- How do you minimize social media feeds and not miss important info?
- How do you minimize your online browsing habits?
- How do you apply minimalism to technology?
- How do you embrace minimalism when your partner has no interest?
- What advice do you have for artists overwhelmed by art supplies?
- What was the most difficult thing for you to get rid of?
- How do you expand your vocabulary?
- How do you explain you don’t want things for gifts, but experiences?
- Is it better to donate items or to sell them?
- What does value mean to you?
- The Five Values in your book Minimalism are health, relationships, passion, growth, and contribution. If there was a sixth value, what would it be?
Mentioned in This Episode
- Essay: The 39th Lesson
- Essay: Most Emergencies Aren’t
- Book: Essential
- Book: Minimalism
- Course: How to Write Better
- Event: Tuesdays with The Minimalists
- Essay: Financial Freedom
- Correspondence: Contact The Minimalists
- Recommendation: The Sound of Life
- Recommendation: She Makes Hats
- Event: 3 Caffeinated Days with The Minimalists
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