We’re conditioned in our society to acquire stuff. Our culture and economy often seems to revolve around this quest. And no matter how large a space we have, we can easily fill that space with stuff. It seems to be a universal law – the amount of “stuff” you have expands to fill all available space.
The acquisition of stuff can easily end up consuming our space and our lives, cluttering our homes, our budgets and our minds.
For those wanting to travel full time for an extended amount of time, breaking the acquisition cycle is pretty important as to scale way back on the space you allow for stuff in your life.
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