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  1. Podcast 127 | Sivers | The Minimalists

    In this episode of The Minimalists Podcast, Joshua & Ryan chat with Derek Sivers about simplicity, complexity, parenting, creativity, and saying “no” to almost everything, and they answer the following questions:

    How do I prioritize the most important things in my life once I’ve eliminated the clutter?

    How do I say ‘no’ to gifts and donations from my loved ones for my newborn without looking like an unappreciative jerk?

    How do I stay present with my loved ones when there are so many pressing demands on my time from my professional life?

    How do I ensure I stay committed to my minimalism journey?

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    Minimal Maxims

    Joshua & Ryan’s pithy, shareable, less-than-140-character responses. Find more quotes from The Minimalists at MinimalMaxims.com.

    “Common sense ain’t so common.”

    “To take back control of our lives we must practice saying ‘no’ more frequently so we can say ‘yes’ to what’s truly important.”

    “If all you’re doing is aspiring, then you’ll end up with aspiration all over the place.”

    Mentioned in This Episode

    Bag: Pakt One

    Patreon: The Minimalists

    Added Value: Anything You Want

    Added Value: Imperial Lane

    Added Value: Remedy Coffee

    Book: Essential

    Book: Everything That Remains

    Book: Minimalism: Live a Meaningful Life

    Essay: An Honest Conversation About Advertisements

    Essay: My Writing Process

    Essay: No ‘Yes’—Either ‘Hell Yeah!’ or ‘No’

    Essay: Parenting

    Essay: Tour The Minimalists’ Montana Cabin

    Essay: Why No Advertising?

    Explore: Dayton Arcade

    Explore: Trade Me

    Explore: Whittaker’s

    Instagram: Jessica Williams

    Instagram: Joshua Fields Millburn

    Listen: “Hey Jude” The Beatles

    Newsletter: The Minimalists

    Podcast: Calgary

    Podcast: Edmonton

    Support: The Minimalists

    Twitter: Ella Sandwich

    Twitter: Podcast Shawn

    Venue: Ellerslie Racecourse

    Watch: Matt D’Avella

    Watch: Decoding Dayton

    Watch: Flight of the Conchords

    Watch: Hunt for the Wilderpeople

    Watch: Minimalism Documentary

    Website: Leo Babauta

    Website: Joshua Becker

    Website: Courtney Carver

    Website: Matt D’Avella

    Website: Minimal Maxims

    Website: Minimal Wellness

    Website: Derek Sivers

    Website: Colin Wright

    This episode was produced by Shawn Harding. Our theme music was written and performed by Peter Doran. Our podcast is completely free, so if you find value in these episodes, please consider donating a dollar. Your donations help keep this podcast advertisement-free (because advertisements suck).

    If you’d like to comment on the podcast, you can leave a review on Apple Podcasts. Not only do we read every review, but positive reviews also help our simple-living message reach more ears.

    Questions? Leave a voicemail at 406-219-7839, or send a voice memo to [email protected]. We’ll also answer lightning-round questions from Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

    Subscribe to The Minimalists via email.

    https://www.theminimalists.com/p127/

    —Huffduffed by monkeymagick

  2. Podcast 070 | Clutter | The Minimalists

    In this episode of The Minimalists Podcast, Joshua & Ryan discuss the best ways to handle clutter, and they answer the following questions:

    I’ve minimized my possessions to only those things that add value to my life and that bring me joy, but my space still feels cluttered—what do I do next?

    What should I do with all the books and papers I accumulated as I was earning my college degree?

    How do I deal with the clutter of my partner?

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    Minimal Maxims

    Joshua & Ryan’s pithy, sharable, less-than-140-character answers to the lightning-round questions:

    Joshua on defining clutter: “Clutter is like pornography and sandwiches: you know it when you see it.”

    Ryan on defining clutter: “If you feel like your life is cluttered, that’s a clear sign to take action.”

    Joshua on determining when consumables have become unhealthy clutter: “If it doesn’t fit, you must quit.”

    Ryan on determining when consumables have become unhealthy clutter: “Hoarding is hoarding no matter what thing you’re hoarding.”

    Joshua on still feeling cluttered after decluttering: “Loosen your grip—massive clutter requires massive amounts of #letgo.”

    Ryan on still feeling cluttered after decluttering: “What could you #letgo of to feel less cluttered?”

    Joshua on counting collections as clutter: “Often collecting is well-planned hoarding.”

    Ryan on counting collections as clutter: “One man’s collection is another man’s nightmare.”

    Joshua on dealing with incoming clutter: “The less we let in, the less we have to let go.”

    Ryan on dealing with incoming clutter: “If clutter is still coming in, you’re not taking the right steps.”

    Mentioned in This Episode

    Tour: Less Is Now

    App: Nothing

    Architecture: Frank Mascia

    Article: Nobody Wants Your Parents’ Stuff

    Article: Wearing the Same Thing for a Year

    Book: Essential

    Book: Everything That Remains

    Book: Minimalism: Live a Meaningful Life

    Clothing: Toms

    Coffee: Blue Bottle Coffee

    Coffee: Dogwood Coffee Co.

    Coffee: Heart Coffee Roasters

    Contribute: Give Well

    Email: Unroll.me

    Essay: 20 Dollars, 20 Minutes

    Essay: Day 14 | Digitize

    Essay: Day 15 | Finances

    Essay: Letting Go of Sentimental Items

    Essay: Photo-Scanning Party

    Essay: Understanding Others

    Explore: Project 333

    Explore: The Silk Road Spice Blends

    Explore: Values

    Instagram: The Minimalists

    Minimize: 1 Dollar Scan

    Nostalgia: Ditto Machine

    Podcast: Giftgiving

    Podcast: Values

    Recommendation: Bombas Socks

    Recommendation: The Mini-malists

    Recommendation: Vivino App

    Support: The Minimalists

    Watch: Making Minimalism

    Watch: Minimalism Documentary

    Watch: Mondays with The Minimalists

    Watch: Simples “Love”

    Watch: Simples “Money”

    Watch: Simples “Someday”

    Watch: The Minimalists

    Website: Colin Wright

    This episode was produced by Shawn Harding. Our theme music was written and performed by Peter Doran. Our podcast is completely free, so if you find value in these episodes, please consider donating a dollar. Your donations help keep this podcast advertisement-free (because advertisements suck).

    If you’d like to comment on the podcast, you can leave a review on iTunes. Not only do we read every review, but positive reviews also help our simple-living message reach more ears.

    Questions? Leave a voicemail at 406-219-7839, or send a voice memo to [email protected]. We’ll also answer lightning-round questions from Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter if you use #AskTheMinimalists.

    Subscribe to The Minimalists via email.

    http://www.theminimalists.com/p070/

    —Huffduffed by monkeymagick

  3. Podcast 020 | NYC | The Minimalists

    In this episode of The Minimalists Podcast, Joshua, Ryan, and director Matt D’Avella answer questions from the audience about their film, Minimalism: A Documentary About the Important Things, at their sold-out New York City screening:

    How do we help our children adopt minimalism practices?

    How do we help our parents adopt minimalism practices?

    How do we reconcile our personal lives with our professional lives when many of our careers revolve around consumption?

    How can minimalism help us become more spiritual?

    How do we tell friends and family members we don’t want physical gifts for birthdays and holidays?

    Why did you choose to make a documentary about minimalism?

    What is the most valuable lesson you learned from making the film?

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    Mentioned in This Episode

    Book: Essential

    Book: Everything That Remains

    Book: Minimalism: Live a Meaningful Life

    Recommendation: Bluehost

    Recommendation: Doxie Scanners

    Tour: Minimalism Documentary

    Our sincere thanks to all the folks at the SVA Theatre (@svatheatre) in New York City for graciously hosting us and for helping us capture this podcast episode. This episode was produced by Shawn Harding. Our theme music was written and performed by Peter Doran. Our podcasts are completely free, so if you found value in this episode, and you’d like to help us produce more, please consider donating a dollar to The Minimalists. Your donations help keep this podcast 100% advertisement-free (because advertisements suck).

    If you’d like to comment on the podcast, you can leave a review on iTunes. Not only do we read every review, but your positive, creative reviews also help our simple-living message reach more ears.

    If you have a question for The Minimalists you’d like us to answer on our podcast, please leave a message on our voicemail at 406-219-7839. We’ll also answer some questions from Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter on our podcast: #AskTheMinimalists.

    Subscribe to The Minimalists via email.

    http://www.theminimalists.com/p020/

    —Huffduffed by monkeymagick

  4. Podcast 021 | Travel | The Minimalists

    In this episode of The Minimalists Podcast, Joshua & Ryan discuss travel, moving, and packing lightly, and they answer the following questions:

    How do you minimize your belongings when traveling abroad?

    How do you move without using a U-Haul truck?

    Is it better to get a new car or a used car for transportation?

    How do you travel widely without incurring debt?

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    Mentioned in This Episode

    Book: Essential

    Book: Everything That Remains

    Book: How to Travel the World on $50 a Day

    Book: Minimalism: Live a Meaningful Life

    Essay: Financial Freedom

    Essay: Getting Rid of Just-In-Case Items

    Essay: Need, Want, Like

    Essay: Packing Party

    Essay: The Minimalists Open a Coffeehouse

    Essay: Tour My Minimalist Apartment

    Essay: Tour The Minimalists’ Montana Cabin

    Essay: What If You Accidentally Spilled Bleach?

    Event: How to Write Better

    Film: Minimalism Documentary

    Meetup: Minimalist.org

    Product: Minaal Travel Bag

    Product: Mission Workshop Bag

    Recommendation: Thai 9

    Recommendation: V60 Pour Over

    Video: A Rich Life with Less Stuff

    Video: Pack Like The Minimalists

    This episode was produced by Shawn Harding. Our theme music was written and performed by Peter Doran. Our podcasts are completely free, so if you found value in this episode, and you’d like to help us produce more, please consider donating a dollar to The Minimalists. Your donations help keep this podcast 100% advertisement-free (because advertisements suck).

    If you’d like to comment on the podcast, you can leave a review on iTunes. Not only do we read every review, but your positive, creative reviews also help our simple-living message reach more ears.

    If you have a question for The Minimalists you’d like us to answer on our podcast, please leave a message on our voicemail at 406-219-7839. We’ll also answer some questions from Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter on our podcast: #AskTheMinimalists.

    Subscribe to The Minimalists via email.

    http://www.theminimalists.com/p021/

    —Huffduffed by monkeymagick

  5. Podcast 023 | Minimalism | The Minimalists

    In this episode of The Minimalists Podcast, Joshua & Ryan share a handful of interviews from their new film, Minimalism: A Documentary About the Important Things, which hits United States and Canadian theaters starting today, May 24, 2016. Find your nearest showing here. You can also pre-order the online version of the film worldwide here, which includes six hours of bonus content.

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    People Featured in This Episode

    Rick Hanson, Ph.D., Neuropsychologist

    Jesse Jacobs, Entrepreneur

    Shannon Whitehead, Sustainable Apparel Consultant

    Sam Harris, Ph.D., Neuroscientist

    Juliet Schor, Ph.D., Economist and Sociologist

    Patrick Rhone, Author

    Yarrow Kraner, Film Director and Photographer

    Ryan Nicodemus Co-founder, The Minimalists

    Joshua Fields Millburn, Co-founder, The Minimalists

    Leo Babauta, Author

    David Friedlander, Communications Director, LifeEdited

    Jacqueline Smith, Illustrator and Designer

    Joshua Becker, Author

    Kim Becker, Co-founder, The Hope Effect

    Mentioned in This Episode

    Own: Minimalism Online

    Watch: Minimalism Screening

    This episode was produced by Shawn Harding. Our theme music was written and performed by Peter Doran. Our podcasts are completely free, so if you found value in this episode, and you’d like to help us produce more, please consider donating a dollar to The Minimalists. Your donations help keep this podcast 100% advertisement-free (because advertisements suck).

    If you’d like to comment on the podcast, you can leave a review on iTunes. Not only do we read every review, but your positive, creative reviews also help our simple-living message reach more ears.

    If you have a question for The Minimalists you’d like us to answer on our podcast, please leave a message on our voicemail at 406-219-7839. We’ll also answer some questions from Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter on our podcast: #AskTheMinimalists.

    Subscribe to The Minimalists via email.

    http://www.theminimalists.com/p023/

    —Huffduffed by monkeymagick

  6. Podcast 048 | #AskTheMinimalists | The Minimalists

    In this episode of The Minimalists Podcast, Joshua & Ryan answer a bunch of questions about minimalism, including:

    Can adopting minimalist practices improve my mental state?

    What are The Minimalists’ plans for 2017?

    When are The Minimalists coming to my city?

    After I adopt minimalist practices and declutter, how do I maintain my new neat and orderly life?

    How do I address the nagging worry that everything will fall apart?

    When you purchase items, do you ensure the companies you purchase from use ethical, sustainable, and environmentally responsible practices?

    What did you do to grow your website and spread your message?

    What tools do you use to write?

    How do I stay present while traveling and stop viewing much of my trips through the camera viewfinder?

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    Mentioned in This Episode

    App: Scrivener

    Blog: Seth Godin

    Book: 10% Happier

    Book: Essential

    Book: Everything That Remains

    Book: How to Be Here

    Book: Minimalism: Live a Meaningful Life

    Book: Waking Up

    Charity: Donation Town

    Charity: Give Well

    Charity: The Hope Effect

    Course: How to Write Better

    Essay: 20 Dollars, 20 Minutes

    Essay: 90/90 Minimalism Rule

    Essay: How to Start a Successful Blog Today

    Gift: Everything That Remains

    Instagram: @JFM

    Podcast: 10% Happier

    Podcast: Away

    Podcast: Creating

    Podcast: Holidays

    Podcast: The Journal

    Podcast: The RobCast

    Podcast: Waking Up

    Speaking: The Minimalists

    Tour: The Minimalists

    Watch: Minimalism Documentary

    This episode was produced by Shawn Harding. Our theme music was written and performed by Peter Doran. Our podcasts are completely free, so if you found value in this episode, and you’d like to help us produce more, please consider donating a dollar to The Minimalists. Your donations help keep this podcast 100% advertisement-free (because advertisements suck).

    If you’d like to comment on the podcast, you can leave a review on iTunes. Not only do we read every review, but your positive, creative reviews also help our simple-living message reach more ears.

    If you have a question for The Minimalists you’d like us to answer on our podcast, please leave a message on our voicemail at 406-219-7839. We’ll also answer some questions from Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter on our podcast: #AskTheMinimalists.

    Subscribe to The Minimalists via email.

    http://www.theminimalists.com/p048/

    —Huffduffed by monkeymagick

  7. Podcast 012 | Money | The Minimalists

    In this episode of The Minimalists Podcast, Joshua Fields Millburn & Ryan Nicodemus talk about finances, and they answer the following questions:

    How do you pay down student loan debt with only a part-time job?

    How do you buy a house and stay debt-free?

    Should you use retirement funds to pay down school loan debt?

    How can you attend college without incurring debt?

    How can you adopt minimalism if you’re financially challenged?

    How can you afford to travel for pleasure when you earn less?

    How can you still enjoy life’s pleasures while paying down debt?

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    Mentioned in This Episode

    Book: Essential

    Book: Everything That Remains

    Book: How to Travel the World on $50 a Day

    Book: Minimalism: Live a Meaningful Life

    Book: Total Money Makeover

    Essay: 11 Signs You Might Be Broke

    Essay: A Minimalist’s Thoughts on Money

    Essay: Financial Freedom

    Essay: Money Doesn’t Buy Happiness

    Essay: Need, Want, Like

    Essay: Retirement Planning

    Essay: Stimulate the Economy Like a Minimalist

    Essay: The Minimalists Open a Coffeehouse

    Event: How to Write Better

    Event: Tuesdays with The Minimalists

    Meetup: Minimalist.org

    Recommendation: Index-Card Financial Advice

    Recommendation: The Dave Ramsey Show

    Website: Derek Sivers

    Website: Every Dollar

    Website: Exile Lifestyle

    Website: Mr. Money Mustache

    Tour: Minimalism Documentary

    This episode was produced by Shawn Harding. Our theme music was written and performed by Peter Doran. Our podcasts are completely free, so if you found value in this episode, and you’d like to help us produce more, please consider donating a dollar to The Minimalists. Your donations help keep this podcast 100% advertisement-free (because advertisements suck).

    If you’d like to comment on the podcast, you can leave a review on iTunes. Not only do we read every review, but your positive, creative reviews also help our simple-living message reach more ears.

    If you have a question for The Minimalists you’d like us to answer on our podcast, please leave a message on our voicemail at 406-219-7839. We’ll also answer some questions from Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter on our podcast: #AskTheMinimalists.

    Subscribe to The Minimalists via email.

    http://www.theminimalists.com/012/

    —Huffduffed by monkeymagick

  8. Podcast 018 | Writing | The Minimalists

    In this episode of The Minimalists Podcast, Joshua Fields Millburn discusses writing tips and best practices, and he answers the following questions he commonly receives regarding writing:

    How did you become a successful writer?

    What daily habits help you improve as a writer?

    How do you keep your inner editor from interfering with your inner creator when you write?

    What writing app do you use?

    What books about writing do you recommend?

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    Mentioned in This Episode

    App: Scrivener for Mac

    App: Scrivener for PC

    Book: As A Decade Fades

    Book: Bird by Bird

    Book: Essential

    Book: Everything That Remains

    Book: How to Publish an Indie Book

    Book: Knockemstiff

    Book: Minimalism: Live a Meaningful Life

    Book: The Devil All the Time

    Book: Write Tight

    Essay: Finding Your Writing Voice

    Essay: How to Start a Successful Blog Today

    Event: How to Write Better

    Event: Tuesdays with The Minimalists

    Meetup: Minimalist.org

    Recommendation: Garner’s Modern American Usage

    Recommendation: Grammatically Correct

    Website: Draft

    Tour: Minimalism Documentary

    This episode was produced by Shawn Harding. Our theme music was written and performed by Peter Doran. Our podcasts are completely free, so if you found value in this episode, and you’d like to help us produce more, please consider donating a dollar to The Minimalists. Your donations help keep this podcast 100% advertisement-free (because advertisements suck).

    If you’d like to comment on the podcast, you can leave a review on iTunes. Not only do we read every review, but your positive, creative reviews also help our simple-living message reach more ears.

    If you have a question for The Minimalists you’d like us to answer on our podcast, please leave a message on our voicemail at 406-219-7839. We’ll also answer some questions from Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter on our podcast: #AskTheMinimalists.

    Subscribe to The Minimalists via email.

    http://www.theminimalists.com/p018/

    —Huffduffed by monkeymagick

  9. Podcast 009 | Next | The Minimalists

    In this episode of The Minimalists Podcast, Joshua Fields Millburn & Ryan Nicodemus discuss the “next steps” after removing the clutter, and they answer the following questions:

    What activities did you cut out when you adopted minimalism?

    Do you ever reach a plateau when getting rid of your stuff?

    How do you store paper documents as a minimalist?

    When does minimalism go too far?

    What’s next after everything is decluttered?

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    Mentioned in This Episode

    Book: Essential

    Book: Everything That Remains

    Book: How to Be Alive

    Book: Minimalism: Live a Meaningful Life

    Book: So Good They Can’t Ignore You

    Book: SuperBetter

    Contribution: Habitat for Humanity

    Essay: A Day in the Life of a Minimalist

    Essay: Day 15 | Finances

    Essay: Financial Freedom

    Essay: First Thing in the Morning

    Essay: Getting Rid of Just-In-Case Items

    Essay: Killing Internet

    Essay: Let’s Play a Minimalism Game

    Essay: Offbeat

    Essay: Packing Party

    Essay: Photo-Scanning Party

    Essay: Retirement Planning

    Event: How to Write Better

    Event: Tuesdays with The Minimalists

    Recommendation: How to Be Alive

    Recommendation: Minimalist.org

    Tour: Minimalism Film

    This episode was produced by Shawn Harding. Our theme music was written and performed by Peter Doran. Our podcasts are completely free, so if you found value in this episode, and you’d like to help us produce more, please consider donating a dollar to The Minimalists. Your donations help keep this podcast 100% advertisement-free (because advertisements suck).

    If you’d like to comment on the podcast, you can leave a review on iTunes. Not only do we read every review, but your positive, creative reviews also help our simple-living message reach more ears.

    If you have a question for The Minimalists you’d like us to answer on our podcast, please leave a message on our voicemail at 406-219-7839. We’ll also answer some questions from Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter on our podcast: #AskTheMinimalists.

    Subscribe to The Minimalists via email.

    http://www.theminimalists.com/009/

    —Huffduffed by monkeymagick

  10. Podcast 010 | Random | The Minimalists

    In this episode of The Minimalists Podcast, Joshua Fields Millburn & Ryan Nicodemus answer a bunch of random questions about minimalism, including:

    What do you do about relationships you no longer want to invest in?

    How do you control your compulsion to buy clothes?

    How do you deal with the guilt you feel when purchasing things?

    How do you deal with people who say minimalism is wrong?

    How do you explain to people why it took you so long to finish college?

    How do you balance using tracking tools without getting overwhelmed?

    Have you ever felt regret after letting something go?

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    Mentioned in This Episode

    Book: Essential

    Book: Everything That Remains

    Book: Minimalism: Live a Meaningful Life

    Contribution: DonationTown.org

    Essay: 90/90 Minimalism Rule

    Essay: Financial Freedom

    Essay: Getting Rid of Just-In-Case Items

    Essay: Letting Go of Shitty Relationships

    Essay: Life Is an Acquired Taste

    Essay: Minimalist New Year’s Resolution

    Essay: Moving Beyond Goals

    Essay: Simple Triggers

    Essay: Tour My Minimalist Apartment

    Essay: When Goals Are Important

    Event: How to Write Better

    Event: Tuesdays with The Minimalists

    Meetup: Minimalist.org

    Recommendation: How to Start a Successful Blog Today

    Recommendation: Pull-up Bar

    Tour: Minimalism Film

    This episode was produced by Shawn Harding. Our theme music was written and performed by Peter Doran. Our podcasts are completely free, so if you found value in this episode, and you’d like to help us produce more, please consider donating a dollar to The Minimalists. Your donations help keep this podcast 100% advertisement-free (because advertisements suck).

    If you’d like to comment on the podcast, you can leave a review on iTunes. Not only do we read every review, but your positive, creative reviews also help our simple-living message reach more ears.

    If you have a question for The Minimalists you’d like us to answer on our podcast, please leave a message on our voicemail at 406-219-7839. We’ll also answer some questions from Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter on our podcast: #AskTheMinimalists.

    Subscribe to The Minimalists via email.

    http://www.theminimalists.com/010/

    —Huffduffed by monkeymagick

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