Minimalism: A Documentary About The Important Things – Can you really become happier with fewer things? If you’ve ever asked yourself that question, don’t miss this documentary that follows people who decided to seriously apply minimalism to their lives. The main characters are Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus, two men known simply as The Minimalists, and, who in this documentary as well as in all their projects, will teach you not only to have less, but to free up space for more.
Expedition Happiness – The message of “Expedition Happiness” is simple: life is about sharing with those you love and doing what you want, not about having more and more material possessions. A couple realizes that they’re not happy with their apparently perfect lifestyle. So they leave and, together with their dog, decide to take a trip on a school bus they fixed up. All of their experiences were filmed, and the result is this inspiring audiovisual journey that’s also paired with a beautiful soundtrack.
Abstract: The Art of Design – In eight chapters, this Netflix docuseries introduces us to talented and innovative designers from all different fields of the arts. Each of the subjects invites you to venture briefly into their minds, disciplines, and techniques that have impacted the world with their work.
Stay Here – If interior design is your thing, you’ll appreciate this series for taking you behind the scenes of major home renovations and providing some tips for your own home too. Essentially, a designer and a real estate expert teach property owners how to turn their spaces into vacation rental homes. The series teaches you how to think like a designer, provides tips on renting property, and even serves as a travel guide.
The True Cost – “The True Cost” makes a strong case for being more conscientious when you’re buying clothes. Because sure, that shirt might only be five dollars, but there’s a hidden cost attached. Tl;dr, fast fashion is kind of awful for laborers across the world, and the planet in general. But you already knew that, right?
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