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How To Have A Minimalist Lifestyle With Kids

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In recent times, there has been a definite trend towards adopting a simple and minimalist lifestyle. Many parents feel the need to veer away from  materialism and embrace a 'live with less' approach, so that they can teach their children to live a purposeful life.

But it is easier said than done. In today's times of plenty, is it possible to raise kids in a minimalist environment? Read our ClipBook to find out.        

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