In this episode of The Minimalists Podcast, Joshua Fields Millburn & Ryan Nicodemus discuss minimalism with children, and they answer the following listener questions:
- How do you battle the clutter that comes with kids?
- How do you convince loved ones to stop giving you physical gifts?
- How do you help family members adopt minimalism?
- How do you determine which items to keep “just in case”?
- What advice do you have for buying a new, clutterfree home?
- How do you declutter when your partner enjoys material possessions?
- How can minimalism aid in the recovery from addictions?
- How do you determine which books to keep and which to give away?
- How do you keep minimalism from becoming an obsessive lifestyle?
Mentioned in This Episode
- Book: Clutterfree with Kids
- Book: Essential
- Book: Everything That Remains
- Book: Minimalism
- Contribution: The Hope Effect
- Essay: A Rich Life with Less Stuff
- Essay: A Simpler Family Life
- Essay: Just-in-Case Items
- Essay: Letting Go of Physical Gifts
- Essay: Minimalism with Kids
- Essay: Packing Party
- Essay: Reading More
- Essay: Start with Yourself
- Event: 3 Caffeinated Days with The Minimalists
- Event: How to Write Better
- Event: Tuesdays with The Minimalists
- Event: Minimalism Film
- Meetups: Minimalist.org
- Recommendation: Overcast
- Recommendation: Podcasts
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