In this episode of The Minimalists Podcast, Joshua answers a bunch of questions about simple living, including:
- Do you plan on making another movie?
- What do you think of veganism and its effects on the environment?
- What do I tell family members who are upset that I don’t want to participate in a gift exchange during the holiday season?
- How can I be a minimalist as a teacher or a student when I have so many physical items—books, papers, etc.—to deal with?
- What are your thoughts on tiny houses?
- What are your thoughts on renting versus buying?
- What is the simplest way to explain minimalism to others?
- How do I get started with minimalism?
- How do I convince family members to adopt minimalism?
Mentioned in This Episode
- Book: Essential
- Book: Everything That Remains
- Book: Minimalism: Live a Meaningful Live
- Coffee: Dogwood Coffee
- Coffee: Heart Coffee Roasters
- Declutter: 1DollarScan
- Design: LifeEdited
- Essay: 10/10 Material Possessions Theory
- Essay: 20 Dollars, 20 Minutes
- Essay: 21-Day Journey into Minimalism
- Essay: 90/90 Minimalism Rule
- Essay: A Minimalist’s Thoughts on Diet
- Essay: Killing Home Internet
- Essay: Let’s Play a Minimalism Game
- Essay: Packing Party
- Essay: Photo-Scanning Party
- Essay: Reasons I Don’t Own a TV
- Essay: Reprogramming the Twitch
- Essay: The Minimalists Open a Coffeehouse
- Explore: #TheMinimalistsCityFinds
- Podcast: Away
- Podcast: Holiday
- Podcast: Technology
- Recommendation: Westworld
- Tour: Joshua’s Home
- Tour: Ryan’s Home
- Twitter: @EllaSandwich
- Watch: A Rich Life with Less Stuff
- Watch: Minimalism Documentary
- Watch: The Art of Letting Go
- Website: Minimal Wellness
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