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  • Australia embraces minimalist living
  • Australia embraces minimalist living
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Australia embraces minimalist living

Australia is having a minimalist moment. Ryan Nicodemus and Joshua Fields Milburn preach the joys of owning less and living to more than 2 million readers. Now they’re going on a global tour and inspiring a host of others. So why the sudden urge to declutter?

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