Fall 2017 Editor’s Note: Trellis Magazine's parent company, Whitefusion Media, just relocated to Portland, Oregon. We apologize for the dormant status and plan to crank up the volume here at Trellis again very soon. Hopefully it will be worth the wait. 😊
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There’s a concept in Jewish culture which states that a thing only becomes permanent after it is done three times. In that sense, Trellis Magazine is now a real magazine, because we’ve reached our third issue!
This time around, we are covering a topic which has exploded in popularity and has become the buzzword du jour: Minimalism. From best-selling books to documentary films, minimalism and “simplicity living” are transforming people’s lives across America. It has become a phenemonon that is affecting culture on a higher level, from changing architecture to a renewed focus on sustainability.
Check out our report on the minimalist movement, our interview with a practitioner of simplicity living, our film review of the Minimalism documentary, and much more. —JW
Cover Art by Jared White
A new documentary, now on Netflix, is a great introduction to the world of minimalism preached by, well, the Minimalists themselves.
by Jared White
An exclusive interview with Christine O’Brien of Sparks Joy Home.
Trellis Interview Series
The popular author of the Zen Habits blog has much to say about the minimalist lifestyle.
by Leo Babauta
Have we become more obsessed with winning the culture wars than with pointing people to Jesus?
by Keith Giles
Change can’t be bought, elected, or published. Change, real change, happens in your heart.
by Jared White
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