This book is about a new way of living that encourages people to focus on relationships and experiences rather than material possessions. Joshua Millburn, one of the authors, was raised with the idea that acquiring things would make him happy, but after he lost his job and nearly everything he owned in a divorce, he realized that this wasn’t true. He teamed up with Ryan Nicodemus to develop the philosophy behind “minimalism” which helps people strip away excess baggage from their lives in order to focus on what’s truly important. This book contains tips for decluttering your home, simplifying your life, and creating more meaningful connections with others.
For who is this book for ?
This book is for people who want to simplify their lives and focus on what’s truly important. It contains tips for decluttering your home, simplifying your life, and creating more meaningful connections with others.
- This book can help people declutter their homes and simplify their lives.
- It encourages people to focus on relationships and experiences, which can lead to a more meaningful life.
- The authors are experienced in the topic of minimalism and provide helpful tips for implementing these changes into your own life.
- The book may be difficult to follow for some readers
- It can be challenging to get rid of possessions that have sentimental value
- The philosophy behind minimalism may not be practical for everyone
Learn more about the author
Joshua Fields Millburn was born and raised in Dayton, Ohio. After graduating from college, he worked as an editor for a publishing company before getting laid off in 2009 during the Great Recession. At the same time, his marriage fell apart and he lost everything except for the clothes on his back. This led Joshua to question what was truly important in life, and he eventually teamed up with Ryan Nicodemus to develop the philosophy behind “minimalism.” In addition to writing about minimalism, Joshua also gives speeches and workshops on how to live a meaningful life with less stuff.
“Love People, Use Things is a great read for anyone looking to simplify their life. Joshua and Ryan provide tips and tricks on how to let go of the things that don’t matter so you can focus on what does. I highly recommend this book for those who are looking to declutter their home and find more happiness in everyday life.”
“This book was an eye-opener for me. It made me realize that I had been living my life based on other people’s expectations instead of my own values. After reading it, I was able to declutter my life and focus on the things that are really important to me.”
“This book was an amazing read! It opened my eyes to a whole new way of living. I loved the tips for decluttering your home and simplifying your life. The stories Millburn tells about his own journey towards minimalism are very inspiring.”