Like Henry David Thoreau, but with Wi-Fi ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page ESSDRAS M SUAREZ/GLOBE STAFF Joshua Fields Millburn (left) and Ryan Nicodemus gave up six-figure jobs and now live in a cabin in Montana. “What we focus on is living more deliberately,” said Nicodemus, who lives with Milburn in this cabin. ESSDRAS M SUAREZ/GLOBE STAFF They travel, mentor, lecture, and recently published a book, “Minimalism: Live a Meaningful Life." ESSDRAS M SUAREZ/GLOBE STAFF Millburn’s apartment in Ohio reflected the minimalist approach espoused in the book he co-wrote. ESSDRAS M SUAREZ/GLOBE STAFF “There’s nothing wrong with the things,” said Millburn. “The problem is the meaning we give to them.” ESSDRAS M SUAREZ/GLOBE STAFF The two recently gave a talk at the Harvard Business School as part of their “Holiday Happiness Tour."