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Too much junk!
Moving from a 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom, apartment to a 1 bedroom + den, 1 bathroom, apartment is both liberating and stressful.
I've been selling/recycling/donating/throwing out all sorts of things this past week. It's been pretty easy for me, since I don't get too attached to my stuff, but my wife is much more practical than I am. Which means we hold on to things that may serve a purpose down the road. Though lately she's been good at tossing out things that we just really don't need in the end.
I bought the book mentioned in the header image. It's an interesting read, and a fascinating take on decluttering your home and your mind. It doesn't teach you how to just tidy up, it teaches you a mindset and lifestyle. Great read if anyone is looking for any sort of motivation.
So my questions are: Do you like to hang on to all of your belongings for really long periods of time? Are you a pack rat, or can you toss out even sentimental objects with ease?
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