In this episode of The Minimalists Podcast, Joshua & Ryan talk about dealing with unpleasant experiences, and they answer the following questions:
- Is there anything you removed from your life that you now regret that you removed?
- What do you do when you’ve gotten rid of something that was of value to a family member?
- Does becoming a minimalist help you better cope with unpleasant situations that arise in your life?
- How can I get over the regret of bad decisions I’ve made that have led to bad experiences?
- How do you answer the critics that claim minimalism is just for rich white people?
Mentioned in This Episode
- Tour: Less Is Now
- Book: As a Decade Fades
- Essay: Let’s Play a Minimalism Game
- Instagram: Minimal Wellness
- Newsletter: The Minimalists
- Podcast: Critics
- Recommendation: All the Rage
- Recommendation: Cartel Coffee
- Recommendation: Nourish Balance Thrive
- Recommendation: Onyx Coffee
- Recommendation: Pain Free
- Recommendation: Postural Restoration Institute
- Recommendation: Silhouettes Aquilo
- Recommendation: The Egoscue Method
- Recommendation: Zootown Brew
- Support: The Minimalists
- Tour: Joshua’s Home
- Tour: Ryan’s Home
- Watch: Minimalism Documentary
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