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The Empty Promises of Minimalism

The overwhelming international success of Japanese minimalist Marie Kondo speaks to the fatigue and disillusionment many feel in our obsessively consumerist culture. The dopamine rush of buying something new quickly fades and the next rush is sought after.

According to an article in The Guardian the concept of minimalism has been a solution for ...

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