Hi, my name is Joshua
And I help people own less stuff
After years of frustration and discontent over the use of my money and the focus of my life’s energy, I was introduced to minimalism during a short conversation with my neighbor. At the time, I was cleaning out my overcrowded garage. The piles of boxes and tools and toys pulled out into the driveway served as a visual reminder: not only were my possessions not making me happy, they were keeping me from the very things that did bring me happiness, purpose, and fulfillment.
The shift in my thinking was sudden and I immediately began researching minimalism. I found many examples of people all around the world who had decided to own only the things they needed. But I couldn’t find one that fit exactly my family and our lifestyle.
It became clear to me that my minimalism would look different than anyone else’s because all of us have unique priorities and values and passions. Minimalism is the intentional promotion of the things we most value and the removal of anything that distracts us from it. With this new mindset, we cleared the clutter from our home and our lives and found a more abundant life owning less.
The statistics are quite overwhelming. There are 300,000 items in the average home and in my country, 72% of Americans live paycheck to paycheck. Owning less offers countless life-giving benefits. If we owned less and had fewer things to care for, we could focus more on what is most important to us. When my family got rid of 60-70% of our stuff, we immediately found we had more money, more time, more energy, and less distractions. We found more opportunity to pursue our passion. And we became better examples for our kids as we focused more on the things in life that really matter.
Owning less will always look different from person to person because we all have different goals and values and pursuits. But the simple truth remains the same: Life is better when it’s lived centered fully on our most important pursuits. And this is what I want to share with you, how to wholeheartedly pursue what you are most passionate about by removing the things that get in the way.
After all, the first step in crafting the life you want is to get rid of everything you don’t.
So that’s why i created the uncluttered course
In this course you will learn
Know Your Why's
Find your motivation to declutter. Write it down. And use it to remind yourself daily why this is important.
Change Your Home
Over the course of 8 weeks, we will declutter every major lived-in area of your home through weekly challenges.
Develop New Habits
This course will help you not only remove the clutter from your home, but keep it under control into the future.
Experiment with Less
With interactive experiments created by you, we will test our assumptions on how much we truly need.
I asked some of my friends to share their experience
Exclusive interviews from leading voices on minimalism
Over the past ten years, I’ve met many people with incredible stories of finding meaning from owning less. For this course, I've asked some of them to share their story with us. These interviews, which cannot be found anywhere else, will give some never before shared perspectives on owning less and living more.
Leo is the creator of Zen Habits, a top 25 blog featuring articles, ebooks and courses on simplicity in life. He’s an author of several books, including the bestseller The Power of Less.
Courtney is the author of the blog Be More With Lessand numerous books, courses, and articles to help others simplify their life and work. In the same spirit, she created Project 333, a fashion challenge of wearing 33 items or less for 3 months.
Dana, of Minimalist Baker, lives in Portland, OR. Her blog is devoted to simple cooking, including only recipes that require 10 ingredients or less, 1 bowl or 1 pot, or 30 minutes or less to prepare.
Ryan co-authors The Minimalists, where he and Joshua Fields Millburn write about living a meaningful life with less stuff. Together with Joshua, Ryan has written 4 books, including the bestselling memoir, Everything That Remains.
From Minneapolis, Anthony authors Break the Twitch, a minimalist blog dedicated to sharing benefits of intentional living. Anthony is also the marketing director for the non-profit bike share system, Nice Ride Minnesota.
Brooke helps others understand the benefits of living a slower, simpler life. She’s the author of the blog, Slow Your Home, and the book Destination: Simple—Rituals and Rhythms for a Simpler Daily Life. And she is the creator of The Slow Home podcast.
Cait is a freelance writer and author of Blonde on a Budget, a blog about how she paid off $30k in debt and left 75% of her things behind in pursuit of a simpler, more fulfilling life.
Sheryl is an attorney living in Eugene, OR. Together with her husband, she co-authors Simple Life Reboot, a blog and podcast about her family’s journey into a minimalistic lifestyle.
Here is what our class will look like
A week-by-week break down of what we will learn
Defining Your Motivation
Understanding the Power of Less
Unclutter Your Bedroom
Unclutter Your Closets
Unclutter Your Kitchen
Unclutter Kids' Areas and Shared Spaces
Implementing New Clutterfree Habits
Experiment With Less
Creating Your Own Experiment
Involving Your Family
Here is what is included
I spent two days filming these video lessons from my home. Not only will you get exclusive video lessons only found in this course, you will get a view of what my home looks like.
We are beginning a movement of people who are committed to live a more uncluttered life. You will get access to and lifetime access to the Uncluttered Course Facebook Community.
Live Video Webinars
Have questions? Want to hear the stories of others? I will be offering three live webinars where we get to sit together and talk about what this process has been like for you.
I know that I sometimes need a little push. Each week you will be given clear direction on what steps to take to help create the uncluttered atmosphere in your life and home.
My Promise To You
I believe that this process will help you unclutter your home and life on the journey to finding a more meaningful life. If after 7 days you don’t feel the same way I will refund your money. No questions asked. All you have to do is email me and I will refund your order.