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The Minimalists
The Minimalists are Emmy-nominated Netflix stars and New York Times–bestselling authors Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus. Alongside their podcast cohost, T.K. Coleman, this simple-living trio helps millions of people eliminate clutter and live meaningfully with less. Learn More.

30 Conversations

Last month we answered one question each day with our new YouTube series, Livingroom Conversations. You can find links to all 30 videos below.

What steps must you take for the minimalist life to happen?

How much stuff should you get rid of?

How do you get the whole family on board with minimalism?

What if you can’t turn your passion into a career?

How do you get rid of things you might need in the future?

How many toys should your kids have?

How do minimalists handle one-time purchases?

What do minimalists do for fun?

When is it OK to throw away my partner’s things?

What do you think about downsizing your home when you have kids?

How do you deal with criticism?

How do you quit a job you hate?

Should you break up with your girlfriend if she is not a minimalist?

How do you introduce minimalism to a friend?

How do you get people to stop buying you gifts?

Why doesn’t minimalism have color, style, or personality?

What’s the one item you’d grab if your house was on fire?

When have you taken minimalism too far?

What should you do with old photos, school books, DVDs, and VHS tapes?

What is your budget for clothing?

How do you let go of sentimental items?

What books do you recommend to get out of debt?

What’s the difference between advertising and marketing?

What’s one thing you’ve let go recently?

What’s one thing you regret minimizing?

As a minimalist, what do you keep in your car?

What do you carry in your pockets every day?

Do you ever want to quit social media?

How do you avoid procrastination?

How do The Minimalists spend their money?

We enjoyed this experiment, so we’ll publish more short videos on our YouTube channel in the near future—not every day, but often enough to add value.