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The Joy of Minimalism - A Beginner's Guide to Happiness with Less - cover

The Joy of Minimalism - A Beginner's Guide to Happiness with Less

Zoey Arielle Poulsen

Publisher: Mango

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Millennials are going minimalist. No longer a secret from the east, the joy of minimalism is now mainstream. From tiny houses, to decluttered cars, offices and closets - it's never been better to have less.

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