I haven’t read the book, but I can relate to owning too much stuff.
I think “stuff” is getting in the way for a lot of us.
This week, our church is hosting a rummage sale and our family is donating a bunch of “stuff” to the effort. It’s kinda funny how it works. Many who are working the sale or donating to it will end up taking home some of the “stuff” they find at the sale, even as they are taking their “stuff” to the sale.
I love this event, and I love getting rid of my unused, gently used, almost-never-used stuff. I don’t recycle much, but with the good stuff, I do donate. It’s a kind of recycling that makes my heart glad.
If you’ve read the book, Stuffocation, please leave me a comment here. Tell me what you think? Sounds like a great read to me, which is why I wanted to reblog what I had read today and ask you if you knew anything about the book.
Do you have too much stuff? Why are you keeping it? Whats the attachment for you? Do you think your life would be better if you could let go of a lil bit of your “stuff”?