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The Minimalists

Joshua Fields Millburn & Ryan Nicodemus write about living a meaningful life with less stuff for 3 million readers. As featured on: CBS, BBC, NPR, Forbes, The Atlantic, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Boston Globe, Chicago Tribune, and National Post. They live in Missoula, Montana.

Less Clothes, More Routines

JFM's clothes, photo by Adam Dressler

When is the last time you simplified your wardrobe? Maybe this weekend would be a great time to embrace a little bedroom-closet minimalism.

Being fashionable is easy when all your clothes are your favorite clothes. Just ask our friend Courtney Carver, founder of Project 333, a minimalist fashion challenge that invites people to dress with 33 or fewer items for 3 months.

Toward the end of our recent book tour, somewhere between our 46th and 47th cities, we had the opportunity to speak on a panel about minimalism alongside Courtney. We told her that her project gets discussed a lot during our meetups.

It’s not surprising, though: thousands of people—woman and men—have taken the Project 333 challenge and’ve found immense value in slashing their wardrobe, reducing their closets down to the essentials. In fact, during our tour, it was easy to identify audience members who were experimenting with Project 333: they were always the best-dressed folks in the room.

Simply put, simple is the new black. You can find more details at Project 333.

In addition to her popular Project 333, Courtney recently launched a wonderfully simple, $10 microcourse called How to Create a Meaningful Morning Routine. What we like about her microcourse is that it doesn’t include excessive links, fluff, or impossible tasks. Said another way, it’s pretty damn simple to create a meaningful morning routine with Courtney’s help. Check out the link if you’re interested in learning more.