by Leo Babauta
People sometimes look at me quizzically when I proclaim that I don’t need more stuff, and that I’m constantly getting rid of what I do have.
What kind of weirdo is this? Why would you want less stuff?
Less is better.
Less means you spend less. You need less storage. You need a smaller house.
Less means you worry less. You search for things less. You are less bogged down by clutter.
Less means you’re lighter. You’re freer. You can focus on better things.
Less means you can travel more quickly. You spend less time with stuff, and more time doing stuff.
Less is more sustainable, more beautiful.
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