On Decluttering

Stuff. We have a ton of stuff. Each of us, most of us, owns more stuff than we actually need.

Each of us owns stuff that, upon reflection, we never really wanted. Admit it, we all buy things for the action of being able to buy something. Yet, ultimately, a lot of stuff ends up taking up space.

And in the end, at a garage sale or in a Pod.

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Artist, illustrator, and writer inspiring others through Personal Development and Creativity. See more at https://vincentvicariart.com

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