Goodbye, Things: The New Japanese Minimalism

Goodbye, Things

Authors: Fumio Sasaki,Eriko Sugita

Goodbye, Things is an inspiring book about a regular guy, Sasaki, and how he transformed his life by bidding farewell to the things he didn’t need. The changes he experienced afterward were mind-blowing. Not only did he feel more liberated, but he found a new focus in life and developed gratitude for all the things he once took for granted.

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