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Minimalism can help you grow mentally stronger. When you clear the clutter, you make room for things that really matter in life. But it's not just physical clutter. Financial clutter, calendar clutter, and relationship clutter can also stand between you and your best life.

Knowing what to get rid of and how to simply your life can feel like an uphill battle.

Joshua Fields Millburn explains how to make room for what truly matters in life. He's a writer, speaker, and filmmaker known for his work on minimalism. He is one of the founders of The Minimalists, a website and podcast dedicated to helping people live more meaningful lives with less stuff. He's a New York Times Best-Selling author of several books, including Minimalism: Live a Meaningful Life and Everything That Remains. He has also produced two documentaries, Minimalism: A Documentary About the Important Things and Less Is Now, both of which are available on Netflix.

He shares his personal journey with minimalism, from living the American dream with a big house and lots of possessions to realizing that those things didn't bring him happiness or fulfillment.

Some of the things he talks about are how to quickly decide whether to keep something, the impact clearing clutter can have on your mental health, and practical strategies for working through the emotional attachment to sentimental items.

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Minimalism can help you grow mentally stronger. When you clear the clutter, you make room for things that really matter in life. But it's not just physical clutter. Financial clutter, calendar clutter, and relationship clutter can also stand between you and your best life.

Knowing what to get rid of and how to simply your life can feel like an uphill battle.

Joshua Fields Millburn explains how to make room for what truly matters in life. He's a writer, speaker, and filmmaker known for his work on minimalism. He is one of the founders of The Minimalists, a website and podcast dedicated to helping people live more meaningful lives with less stuff. He's a New York Times Best-Selling author of several books, including Minimalism: Live a Meaningful Life and Everything That Remains. He has also produced two documentaries, Minimalism: A Documentary About the Important Things and Less Is Now, both of which are available on Netflix.

He shares his personal journey with minimalism, from living the American dream with a big house and lots of possessions to realizing that those things didn't bring him happiness or fulfillment.

Some of the things he talks about are how to quickly decide whether to keep something, the impact clearing clutter can have on your mental health, and practical strategies for working through the emotional attachment to sentimental items.

Sign up for Mentally Stronger Premium - Ask Amy questions, get bonus episodes, and get exclusive content delivered to your feed every week.

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The Minimalists

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Sponsor

This episode is brought to you by BetterHelp. Give online therapy a try at betterhelp.com/mentallystrong, and get 10% off your first month.

  continue reading

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