NOTES FROM THE PUBLISHER
The Minimalist Vegan Book Overview
The Minimalist Vegan by Masa and Michael Ofei is less of a how-to book and more of a why-to book. A manifesto on why to live with less stuff and with more compassion.
They explore the intersection of minimalism and veganism and all that each complimentary lifestyle has to offer. It’s a deep dive into conscious living and what it actually means.
The book covers every aspect to help challenge your way of thinking. By the end of it, you’ll have the thirst and passion to architect your life in a way that brings you purpose and joy every day.
Amazingly, the authors have written this book to be read within a few hours.
Yes, even if you’d consider yourself to be a slow reader!
Each chapter can be independently read, so you can jump ahead to a section that resonates with you.
Reading the book from start to finish is a great way to build momentum as you manifest your ideas and dive into a more conscious way of living.
About the Author
Michael Ofei is the co-founder and director of Minimalist Company, a privately-held Australian-based company committed to inspiring millions of people to live a minimalist vegan lifestyle. Minimalist Company’s products include The Minimalist Vegan, a blog with a global audience, and Fairlings, an Aussie-based online store.
Michael believes there should be more minimalist, vegan men in this world. He’s passionate about stripping back to the essentials and finding the most efficient way of doing things. You’ll see him connecting and networking with like-minded people and writing articles on simple living.
“Michael and Masa are some of the most passionate minimalist vegans I know. They’re honest, inspiring, down-to-earth and most of all, they care deeply about the ‘why’ as it drives the ‘how’. ” – Leo Babauta, Zen Habits
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