MNMLIST: It's about Minimalism APK

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MNMLIST: It’s about minimalism, and why it’s important today.

MNMLIST: It's about Minimalism apk

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mnmlist: what is mnmlist.com?

It’s a site by Leo Babauta of Zen Habits.
It’s about minimalism, and why it’s important today.
It’s about stuff, and how it has come to overwhelm us.
It’s about distractions and commitments and a never ending task list.
It’s about the culture of more, of bigger, of consumption.
It’s about how less is the answer.

TOC

lowering your life’s requirements
minimalism: the lean life
the minimalist question is the important thing
just two pieces of bread
confessions of a minimalist
quiet
the dangers of reading
minimalism isn’t traveling the world with nothing
things I do have instead
things I don’t have that many do
the future of advertising
minimal web
all our fantasies
the minimalism of not knowing
living for everyone else
as happy as possible
being OK with things as they are
being able to walk away
Kindle & iPad are marketing devices
finding yourself in spareness
buckshot vs. rifle approaches
downsides of minimalism
minimalist protest
featurecreep & grandparents
you don’t need the new iPhone
on wanting stuff
avoid new gear
a minimalist in NYC
the minimalism of tea
i’m not playing that game
paring ideas
the just in case syndrome
can you live without?
the most minimal blog
city vs. country minimalism
minimalism’s critics
spartan pizza napoletana
I am not a brewer
minimalism vs. fear
localization
petite-productivity
live more, need less
free of advertising
fewer bills
paring down
minimalism vs. the corporation
the zen of limits
10 essentials
using notational velocity
addition by subtraction
letting go of fake needs
undistracted reading
minimalism is just the start
a fresh start
moving to a new home
‘I could never give up’
minimalism isn’t just for the affluent
the beauty of a digital vacation
the beauty of the ellipsis
we are not consumers
on economy
manufacturing content
society, reimagined: how to make it reality
society, reimagined
you need less than you think
the only thing you can change
the price of convenience
why i won’t be buying an ipad
possessions != security
on finding contentedness
the joy of walking
minimalist backup
minimalist fun
empower people to create
the creativity of constraints
why i deleted 1,000 Facebook friends
stop making it complicated
wash your bowl
the minimalism of veganism
letting go of desires
cherished mementos
clear distractions
mnmlist in 50 words
minimalism in steps
minimalist eating
minimalist books
reduce your footprint
eating less to be lighter
slowness isn’t comprehension
slow, effective reading
what twitter needs to add next
unfriending
simplicity is the path
learn to love less
the sweet science of less mail
the 400-word promise
the beauty of small
on owning nothing
the lust for new things
avoid new stuff
beat advertising
unautomate: do it by hand
the art of brief emails
minimalism, the quick method
the true cost of stuff
break free from goals
minimalist mac setup
store everything in text files
clutter is procrastination
buying is not the solution
get free from the tyranny of being current
how to be less busy in a busy busy world
minimalist FAQs
carry less, or pockets like air
5 simple steps to declutter your closet
win over non-minimalists
how to let go of possessions
getting to minimal: all the info you need to track
uncopyright and the minimalist mindset
minimalism is the end of organizing
consumerism vs. minimalism
step lightly upon this world
if you had to move, what would you take?
why less stuff is better
rethinking necessities
my minimalist desktop
what is mnmlist.com?
 

App ChangeLog

  • Add over 1000 new articles
  • Improve UI
  • Minor bug fixes

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    Venz Valenciano

    2019-06-13T16:11:16.731Z

    This app helps me a lot. The statements and the inspiring stories about minimalism are very helpful. Thank you for the author and for sharing this app. Kudos!

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    App says "I don't have ads ruining your experience" and yet there are ads everywhere in the app and worse, they're obtrusive. Read "the future of advertising" which is all about how advertising makes people "so discontent with their lives."

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    great experience awesome

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    Exellent!!!

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    littledragon 1940

    2019-04-01T05:13:56.324Z

    👍👍

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    fantastic

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    I recently came back to this app and it seems it hasn't been updated for some time. The articles are good but not exactly what I was looking for. Some inspirational stuff but it doesn't it doesn't look like its been updated since August 2017.

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    Great app - I'm a big fan of Leo Babuata and his general philosphy; this is a good way to view the blog on a mobile. But I wish there was a way to remove ads, they get in the way and contradict the 'minimalist' goal of the blog. I'd happily pay a few dollars to have that as an option.