The Minimalists Tour 2021 - 2022
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About The Minimalists
The Minimalists are American authors, podcasters, filmmakers, and public speakers Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus, who promote a minimalist lifestyle. They are known for their Netflix documentaries, Minimalism (2016) and Less Is Now (2021); their memoir, Everything That Remains (2014); their New York Times Best Seller, Love People, Use Things (2021); their podcast; and their minimalism blog, which has as many as five million readers according to the Washington Post.GQ estimated the Minimalists have a following of around 20 million people.
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette called the duo "dogma-free exemplars of a less-is-more lifestyle that actually sounds sane as they explain it." Owing to the "charm of their buddy-act, the Minimalists have become the movement's American ringleaders," according to New York Magazine. They have, however, been accused of being “elitists” whose message is “aesthetically crafted from a place of privilege.”
Together, Millburn and Nicodemus have co-authored four books: a self-help book, Minimalism (2011); a memoir, Everything That Remains (2014); an essay collection, Essential (2015); and their relationship book, Love People, Use Things, published 13 July 2021 by Celadon (Macmillan Publishers Ltd) in the United States and Canada, and Hachette in the United Kingdom and Australia. Millburn also published a semi-autobiographical novel about a struggling singer-songwriter, As a Decade Fades, in 2012 (republished by Asymmetrical Press in 2013).