Joshua Becker writes a blog called Becoming Minimalist, and that title describes well his journey: he hasn’t figured out all the ins and outs of minimalism… he’s becoming one. He and I chat about what it means to live simply by living with less. Both of us are parents, we both live in the real world, and we’ve both experienced the peace and satisfaction from getting rid of needless stuff and pursuing a life without consumption as a hobby.
I also talk about safety while traveling with kids, since we’re gearing up for a year of world travel!
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Zen Habits: A Guide to Creating a Minimalist Home
The thrift store can be your (nearly free) storage unit
The AoS podcast #65 with Nina Nelson (lives on a bus with her 4 kids)
The Minimalist Mom: When You’re Not Married to a Minimalist
Tsh’s family’s plan for going around the world
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