If you’ve been into minimalism for a while then you probably already know about The Minimalists. Two amazing guys who travel the world sharing their stories on how, and why, they gave up their six-figure careers, fancy cars, and large houses. They were reaching the age of 30 and realizing that their material possessions weren’t making them happy. They had a void in their life and didn’t realize why. They do now. They are probably THE most inspiring group of minimalists that I’ve come across on my journey.
You can read about them and their stories here.
But, I’m getting a little off topic. The purpose of this post was to introduce you to their documentary, “Minimalism: A Documentary About the Important Things.” Lucky for us, their film can be seen on Netflix. Sure, not everyone has Netflix but I’m sure everyone knows at least one person who does that may let them use their account for a night. If not, you can find the documentary online, including renting it on Amazon.
You can watch the trailer here.
“How might your life be better with less? MINIMALISM: A DOCUMENTARY ABOUT THE IMPORTANT THINGS examines the many flavors of minimalism by taking the audience inside the lives of minimalists from all walks of life—families, entrepreneurs, architects, artists, journalists, scientists, and even a former Wall Street broker—all of whom are striving to live a meaningful life with less.”
If you haven’t seen the documentary — it is a MUST WATCH.
If you are inspired by what you see and don’t know where to begin your own journey, you should check out my post about the 30 Bags in 30 Days Challenge.
Also, be sure to check out The Minimalists website. They have several YouTube videos and even a Podcast called, The Minimalists, that you can find on any Podcast site/app. If you have a job that you can listen to headphones at, my suggestion is to start at the beginning of their podcast and just listen through them. However, they are also named so if you’re only interested on minimalism with children, their stories, advice on letting go of sentimental items, then you can pick and choose based on your preference.
I hope you find The Minimalists to be just as inspiring as I have!