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Minimalist living delivered in a subscription box

While it seems contradictory to buy new products in a bid to live with less, Minimalism & Co. is making it easier to lead a minimal life with its subscription boxes. For $95 every three months, it delivers purpose-driven essentials to people aspiring to live a highly curated lifestyle.

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