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"The Minimalists show you how to disconnect from our conditioned material state and reconnect to our true essence: love people and use things. This is not a book about how to live with less, but about how to live more deeply and more fully."
—Jay Shetty, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Think Like a Monk
AS SEEN ON THE NETFLIX DOCUMENTARIES MINIMALISM & LESS IS NOW
How might your life be better with less?
Imagine a life with less: less stuff, less clutter, less stress and debt and discontent—a life with fewer distractions. Now, imagine a life with more: more time, more meaningful relationships, more growth and contribution and contentment—a life of passion, unencumbered by the trappings of the chaotic world around you. What you’re imagining is an intentional life. And to get there, you’ll have to let go of some clutter that’s in the way.
In Love People, Use Things, Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus move past simple decluttering to show how minimalism makes room to reevaluate and heal the seven essential relationships in our lives: stuff, truth, self, money, values, creativity, and people. They use their own experiences—and those of the people they have met along the minimalist journey—to provide a template for how to live a fuller, more meaningful life.
Because once you have less, you can make room for the right kind of more.
It mostly felt repetitive
The message of The Minimalists has had a big positive impact on my life and so I couldn’t miss this book. But, after having read all the preceding books, and hoping that this one would be something like the third book in a series, where it’s assumed that you are familiar with the past story so that you can just get to the new material, I didn’t actually learn many new things. Many phrases used throughout the book feel familiar because they have already appeared in the past books, almost word by word; they are good phrases that convey an important message, but it obviously feels repetitive unless you’re a new reader, and for this reason I felt underwhelmed.