Minimalism has become kind of a big deal over the past few years, and for good reason!
People everywhere are feeling the weight of overwhelm like never before - like they’re literally drowning underneath the clutter in their homes, their hearts, their schedules, and their lives.
As we wrap up this year and prepare to head into a new one, I decided it was the perfect time to have a conversation about what it could look like for you to clear out some space for what matters most in the new year.
For this final episode of 2018 I'm joined by Joshua Becker, best-selling author and founder of BecomingMinimalist.com, to talk about what exactly minimalism is, the practical and spiritual implications of embracing minimalism, and how choosing to embrace a lifestyle of "less" could lead to so much more for you in 2019.
I loved this conversation so much, and truly hope it encourages you and spurs you on to make some changes for the better going into the new year!
What You'll Hear:
Joshua’s clear, simple and concise definition of what minimalism really is
How clutter in your life can change who you are and how you live life
A variety of practical benefits that come from living a minimalist lifestyle
Why Jesus himself led the way in minimalist living (& how he calls us to do the same)
How to get started practically & overcome common decluttering roadblocks
Links & Resources:
Joshua Becker is the founder and editor of Becoming Minimalist, a website dedicated to inspiring others to find more life by owning less and giving them the practical help to get started. He’s written several books, including The More of Less and The Minimalist Home, founded Simplify Magazine and Simple Money Magazine, and the nonprofit organization The Hope Effect.
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