Kathryn Kellog joined the zero waste movement following a breast cancer scare four years ago.
Take a look inside the minimalist lifestyles of these people who embrace living life with as little as possible
Stephen Johnson owns nothing more than his phone, an iPad, two chargers, a passport and the clothing to make up a single outfit.
The two siblings have accumulated less than 20 pounds of waste in the past four years.
Nico Nevolo’s life changed when he decided to start living in his car, a Tesla named “Lucy.”
Ethan Schneider stores all of his possessions on a mountain bike with a trailer at the end.
Scott Eddy decided two decades ago that he was going to live out of his suitcase.
Valeria McCulloch has spent the last 20 years dressing her life in a very specific shade of blue.
Freddy Freegan has lasted more than two years without visiting a grocery store.
Aside from her cat’s bed, a few string lights and flowers, Youheum Son lives like a fully committed minimalist.
Jake and Gianna decided to take their family on the road, transforming a worker’s van into their dream home.