It wasn't so long ago that Millburn and Nicodemus were the embodiment of young, upwardly mobile, busy, fashionable, unhealthy, wasteful twenty-somethings. They had big houses, fast cars, six-figure incomes and more clothes, gadgets, and possessions than they had time to play with. And much to their own surprise and horror, they were deeply, seriously, seemingly irrevocably unhappy. Then they stumbled upon a practice called minimalism - and they embraced it with fervor. They quit their top corporate jobs, threw out (or donated) the majority of their material possessions and took control of their lives back. They will be signing their book, "Everything That Remains."
|When||Friday, March 28, 2014.|
453 S Spring St
Los Angeles, CA 90013