In this episode of The Minimalists Podcast, Joshua Fields Millburn & Ryan Nicodemus discuss the issues with “stuff,” and they answer the following questions:
- What do you do when the experiences you enjoy involve a lot of stuff?
- What do you carry with you every day?
- What do you think of the KonMari Method for decluttering?
- What suggestions do you have for stopping compulsive buying habits?
- Do you believe you should only own a certain amount of items?
Mentioned in This Episode
- Article: Too Much Stuff
- Book: Essential
- Book: Everything That Remains
- Book: Minimalism: Live a Meaningful Life
- Book: The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying
- Contribution: Give Well
- Essay: 90/90 Minimalism Rule
- Essay: Everything I Own: My 288 Things
- Essay: Getting Rid of Just-in-Case Items
- Essay: Let’s Play a Minimalism Game
- Essay: Tour My Minimalist Apartment
- Essay: Tour The Minimalists’ Montana Cabin
- Event: How to Write Better
- Event: Minimalism Film
- Event: Tuesdays with The Minimalists
- Meetup: Minimalist.org
- Podcast: Culture Gabfest
- Recommendation: The Story of Stuff
- Recommendation: Donation Town
- Recommendation: Everyman Porter Key Knife
- Twitter: @EllaSandwich
- Website: Exile Lifestyle
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