Minimalism Podcasts


Listen to some great podcasts for tips and advice on minimalism and simple living.

Quickie: Healthy Eating Habits for Travel Joshua discusses healthy eating habits for travel with author and podcaster Rich Roll, Dr. Paul Saladino, and Dr. Tommy Wood. Listen to “Maximal” episodes of The Minimalists Private Podcast exclusively at patreon.com/theminimalists. The Minimalists
Ep 110: Secrets For Navigating Busy Seasons Well Annie Dillard always says, “How we spend our days is, of course, how we spend our lives.” That is an easy statement to hear when we are in restful seasons driven by balance and simplicity. But what about those seasons that are full, busy, and can lead to feeling overwhelmed, mentally cluttered, and a cranky attitude? The Purposeful Home Podcast
184 - Minimalist Diets Joshua discusses simple diets, optimal health, strategies for healing, and the gut microbiome with author and podcaster Rich Roll, Dr. Paul Saladino, and Dr. Tommy Wood, and they answer the following questions: What are the most reliable resources regarding information about vegan, carnivore, and omnivore diets? The Minimalists
254: 26 Ways to Ensure Happy Singledom at Any Stage of Our Life's Journey With the life expectancy in most developed countries rising to just under 80 years, it is a statistical probability that all of us will be living single or solo at some point in our lives whether by choice or circumstances, and consequently, knowing how to enjoy being single is a skill that would be most beneficial to acquire. The Simple Sophisticate
Quickie: Knowing When to Say Yes or No Joshua and Ryan discuss how to determine whether to say "yes" or "no" to professional obligations with filmmaker and YouTuber Matt D'Avella. Listen to “Maximal” episodes of The Minimalists Private Podcast exclusively at patreon.com/theminimalists. The Minimalists
Ep 109: Let's Talk About Life, Business & Motherhood with Reina Pomeroy Reina Pomeroy is a business coach for creatives, the Founder of Reina + Co., and mama to two little boys. She is incredibly talented and successful in all she does! The Purposeful Home Podcast
EP81: Outer Order, Inner Calm with Gretchen Rubin This week, I am thrilled to bring you bestselling author, Gretchen Rubin. In her latest book, Outer Order, Inner Calm, Gretchen explores the relationship between our physical and mental space: outside order creating an inner calmness. Minimalist Moms
183 - Creativity Joshua and Ryan chat about creativity, creating more and consuming less, and the difference between “creating content” and “producing meaningful creations” with filmmaker and YouTuber Matt D’Avella, and they answer the following questions: How do I redirect my creative energy toward the most positive, productive pursuits? The Minimalists
253: 36 Ways to Welcome Joie de Vivre into Your Everyday Life "I firmly believe that it's the little things we do that eventually add up to a happy life. I am not asking you to change everything about the way you live, but perhaps to reconsider a few details of your daily routine. The Simple Sophisticate
Quickie: Addressing Pressure from Family Members Joshua and Ryan discuss how to handle pressure from family members with author and podcaster Denaye Barahona. Listen to “Maximal” episodes of The Minimalists Private Podcast exclusively at patreon.com/theminimalists. The Minimalists
EP 108: I Had "The Talk" with My Kid. Here's What I Learned. It isn’t just one talk, it is an ongoing conversation. It is an important conversation, a personal one, and one that will come as your kids start asking questions. My 10 year old started asking so we dove right into it. The Purposeful Home Podcast
182 - Simple Families Joshua and Ryan discuss simple families, minimalist parenting, and traveling with a family with author and podcaster Denaye Barahona, and they answer the following questions: How do I reach a compromise with my partner regarding the quantity of our children’s toys? The Minimalists
6: Authenticity: The Courage to Be Yourself, Top Post from the Archives Today's episode is a top post from season one. And as it addresses the topic of authenticity, it pairs rather well with today's new Monday Motivational post - A Simple Way to Find Lasting Respect and Inner Peace. To view the full show notes of episode #6 from 2014, click here. The Simple Sophisticate
Quickie: The Impact of Excessive Phone Use Joshua and Ryan discuss the impact that cell phones have on our lives with their friend Cal Newport, author of the new book Digital Minimalism. Listen to “Maximal” episodes of The Minimalists Private Podcast exclusively at patreon.com/theminimalists. The Minimalists
Quickie: How to Separate Personal and Professional Values Joshua and Ryan delineate personal and professional values with neuroscientist, author, and podcaster Sam Harris. Listen to “Maximal” episodes of The Minimalists Private Podcast exclusively at patreon.com/theminimalists. The Minimalists
EP80: Less-Is-More Parenting with Denaye Barahona This week, I am bringing you my interview with Denaye Barahona. Denaye is host of the Simple Families Podcast and is author of the new book Simple Happy Parenting. Her refreshing approach to minimalism and parenting is professional yet warm. Minimalist Moms
EP 107: Tips for Traveling with Kids Traveling with kids often means traveling with A LOT of stuff and A LOT of stress. But it doesn’t have to be that way and it certainly doesn’t have to be overwhelming! We travel as a family often which means we’ve “trial-ed and error-ed” many different things. The Purposeful Home Podcast
181 - Mindful Joshua and Ryan talk about the most precious kind of freedom—awareness—as well as intentional living, mindfulness, meditation, and purpose with neuroscientist, author, and podcaster Sam Harris, and they answer the following questions: Is minimalism a practical lifestyle given today’s chaotic world? The Minimalists
252: The Characteristics of Being a Late Bloomer, and How Embracing This Gift Could Change the World for Everyone "By necessity, we late bloomers are on a different, more challenging trajectory. As we travel through life, we encounter obstacles like the push for conformity, the oppression of groupthink, and the pains of self-doubt. But… in all these challenges, we find our hidden treasure. The Simple Sophisticate
Maximal: Constipation of the Soul Joshua and Ryan discuss whether success leads to sadness, whether sadness leads to success, and how to deal with both with singer-songwriter Matt Nathanson. The Minimalists
Quickie: Letting Go of the Love of Things Joshua and Ryan discuss letting go of our love of things with YouTuber Shelbizleee. Listen to “Maximal” episodes of The Minimalists Private Podcast exclusively at patreon.com/theminimalists. The Minimalists
Ep 106: Rocking Life as a Work-Out-of-the-Home Mom with Kendra Hennessy The one thing I don’t talk about is being a work-out-of-the-home mom. I just never did that, so I don’t want to teach what I don’t confidently know. But! Today’s a good day because my friend Kendra Hennessy has been in that position and is about to drop some serious truth bombs for you mamas! The Purposeful Home Podcast
180 - Stopped Buying Joshua and Ryan talk about the things they stopped buying as minimalists, and why they stopped buying them, with YouTuber Shelbizleee, and they answer the following questions: Will economies continue to survive and thrive if minimalism is adopted by the masses? The Minimalists
97: Small & Simple = A Grand & Full Life - Top Post from 2016 Today's post and episode is the penultimate episode/post before a new episode returns next Monday. I want to thank you as readers and listeners for your patience as I had scheduled to take the entire month of April off in order to for the intense time of the school year that is the final weeks prior to AP testing for my juniors. The Simple Sophisticate
Quickie: Short-Term Sacrifices to Achieve Long-Term Gains Joshua and Ryan join author Rachel Cruze to discuss establishing financial responsibilities. Listen to “Maximal” episodes of The Minimalists Private Podcast exclusively at patreon.com/theminimalists. The Minimalists
Quickie: When do you stop comparing yourself to your idols? Joshua and Ryan discuss comparing yourself to others, especially your idols, with singer-songwriter Matt Nathanson. Listen to “Maximal” episodes of The Minimalists Private Podcast exclusively at patreon.com/theminimalists. The Minimalists
EP79: Minimal-ish with Desirae Endres This week, I’m bringing you my interview with Desirae Endres of the Minimal-ish Podcast. Similar to the goal of Minimalist Moms, Desirae is passionate about helping others live with less to create space for the things in life that truly matter. I really enjoyed my time with Desirae. Minimalist Moms
EP 105: Simple, Stellar Style: Everyday Wear Must-Have's Style and clothing should make you feel good, right? It should make you feel confident and put together. But so many times we say “I don’t have time to pick out my outfits” or “I’ll just throw this on.” This leads to negative thinking about how we look and ultimately impacts how we feel. The Purposeful Home Podcast
179 - Sadness Joshua and Ryan discuss whether success leads to sadness, whether sadness leads to success, and how to deal with both with singer-songwriter Matt Nathanson, and they answer the following questions: How do I carve out time to take better care of myself so I can be the best me for myself and others? The Minimalists
Quickie: How do you determine the value of things? Joshua and Ryan discuss how to determine what items truly add value to our lives. Listen to “Maximal” episodes of The Minimalists Private Podcast exclusively at patreon.com/theminimalists. The Minimalists
EP 104: Forming Authentic Connections When Your Lifestyle is Different Let’s get honest for a moment… forming authentic friendships takes work! And forming those connections when your lifestyle is different takes even more work. Whether your lifestyle is different because something has happened to you in your life, like being widowed, or your lifestyle is different because you've chosen that lifestyle. The Purposeful Home Podcast
178 - Favorite Things Joshua and Ryan talk about their favorite things, why they add value to their lives, why they may not add value to your life, and they answer the following questions: How much is too much in a collection? How do I part with favorite items that are simply sentimental? The Minimalists
EP78: An Organized Life with Lauren Tucker This week, I’ll be speaking with Lauren Tucker of An Organized Life. It’s Lauren’s hope to provide women with tools for whatever stage of the organizational process they find themselves in! Minimalist Moms
EP 103: Decluttering 101: Where Do I Start? It’s no surprise that my favorite thing to talk about is decluttering! Clearing the clutter is simplifying your life and creating an atmosphere of less so that you can focus more on what you want to be focusing on and what actually matters to you. The Purposeful Home Podcast
177 - Disagreements Joshua and Ryan talk about disagreements, arguments, and conflict with educator and podcaster T.K. Coleman, and they answer the following questions: How can I be forthright with my friends without offending them? What is the best way to “agree to disagree”? The Minimalists
Facilitation in Small Groups: How to Have More Influence and Action with Less Stress and Conflict - SASM 130 This special solo episode features how to kick start any conversation, keep it humming, and leave people buzzing. Plus, how to have influence without the need for power or control and the key qualities of great facilitators. Smart and Simple Matters