How much of your stuff are you willing to part with?


White empty spaces really do calm you.

It starts with a journey and slowly allow it to become a habit. It will get easier and less emotional to throw/give away stuff (and even gifts) that don’t add value to your life.

Don’t allow the guilt to affect you. Yes, guilt. There is nothing wrong with digitizing handwritten cards and passing on that present that serves no purpose for you.

You can do it. Baby steps. 

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2 thoughts on “How much of your stuff are you willing to part with?

  1. rinthewanderer says:

    Baby steps is key and any step forward is progress. While I wouldn’t say my parents are packrats, I don’t want to be their age and have the amount of stuff they do all the same. 3 years later I’m still staying steady with that mission and I’ve found it easier with every passing year. I set a reasonable goal of stuff I want gone and tackle minimizing an area every year (i.e. books, decorations) and it’s easier to be less attached to things in general. I could get rid of more, but until I need to, I’ll continue chipping away.

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