MINIMALIST LITERATURE

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Becoming a minimalist is a slow process. It’s not something that happens overnight or even over a few weeks. It can take months or years to perfect a minimalist lifestyle because it’s not just about who can own the least stuff, it’s about living consciously and with meaning. It’s about doing things with purpose and intention and it’s about living with enough.

I am still at the beginning of my journey and if you are too then this list may be of use. Minimalism is a complete lifestyle overhaul and can take a lot of work so here are some things that can help you navigate your way to a more intentional life…

 

B O O K S

ENOUGH; BREAKING FREE OF THE WORLD OF EXCESS – JOHN NAISH

EVERYTHING THAT REMAINS, A MEMOIR – MILLBURN & NICODEMUS (The Minimalists)

STUFFOCATION – JAMES WALLMAN

LIVING WITH LESS: AN UNEXPECTED KEY TO HAPPINESS – JOSHUA BECKER

 


 

B L O G S

MINIMAL MILLENNIAL

THE MINIMALISTS (from Minimalism, a documentary)

THE PRIVATE LIFE OF A GIRL

FROM ROSES

BE MORE WITH LESS

ZEN HABITS

 


 

D O C U M E N T A R I E S

MINIMALISM, A DOCUMENTARY – (available on Netflix)

THE TRUE COST – (available on Netflix)

TAVARATAIVAS/MY STUFF

 

 

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