Even some minimalist authors seem to be following the mainstream trend to make everything we buy a recurring (and, in this case, expensive) subscription.
I kind of thought that minimalist living was about living a simple and perhaps more frugal lifestyle.
I thought that is was about getting rid of excess stuff and getting rid of clutter.
I thought it was about enjoying the moment realizing what is important in one’s life.
And because of these things I also kind of think that anyone else who has a super popular minimalist living blog or minimalist lifestyle website should be showing people how to do these things pretty much for free.
Now that being said, I have no problem with people writing an ebook and selling it and making a few dollars or promoting other products that have value.
But for one of the most popular and almost famous minimalist bloggers to be selling monthly subscription course to help people learn how to not procrastinate…hmmm, I don’t know.
PLUS it is 24.95 per month for…
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