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  • A good read

    Everything that remains is a straightforward read. Written in a conversational way, the content is easy to digest and the situations in which the author finds himself in, relatable. One thing I didn't like as I realized halfway through the book was that a lot of the content is rehashed from their blog. Bad thing? No, I just would have liked to see fresh content that I haven't read before. It killed the last half of the book a little for me. Still a great message and a good place for anyone to start their "minimalism", or is happiness, journey.

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  • Thought provoking

    An insight ino someone elses journey with minimalism that can help by prompting your own questions about your own life. I would have liked to have read moe about how he went about doing it himself, his struggles, successes, first steps. I felt thw there was a jump in time that missed that part. Otherwise very easy to read and thought provoking.

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  • Fast paced introduction but no more

    If you're following the trend then you've heard of these fellows. Told mainly from Joshua's perspective, I must say that I wanted more. I mean that in the sense that the book feels incomplete. It doesn't identify issues that slowed their progress, their doubts or how they overcame them. Otherwise, it takes you two-thirds of the way quite successfully. And I enjoyed it for what it was.

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  • Inspiring but so American

    While I can relate to the thought process and lifestyle changes that made Joshua and Ryan become minimalists, I gotta say their description of their «before» lives freaked me out. We don't have the same starting point but the goal is the same and that's what made it an interestin read anyway

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  • Everything that remains

    Very enlightening I will try not to buy anything this year and to get rid of some stuff that has been in boxes in the basement for years.

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