Focus on Less

by Dual Income No Kids on November 17, 2008 · 0 comments

As we move deeper into a recession, perhaps it’s time to focus on less instead of more.  

It can be even more satisfying to purge that which with you no longer have a need for, as it might to go out and buy more stuff.  
My advice for the day would be to try the later.  Instead of heading to the mall, delve into your closet, hit your book shelf, reach into the recesses of your dresser.  You will likely discover that you actually have abundantly more than what you really need.
You might just find that getting rid of what you no longer need, or cherish, will lead to more contentment than actually buying more stuff does.
Plus, taking the time to purge what does not bring value or function to your life will free up space to add what does.
Donate what you no longer have a need for to your local thrift store or shelter.  There is no need to horde mini bottles of hotel shampoo when someone else is in need of a shower.  Doing so will not only declutter your space, but also do good for others.
Try it, you might like it.
Readers:  We’d love to hear what you’ve recently purged and how satisfying it was!

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