Buy Few Things

As I clean and purge my home today, I wish, over time, that I purchased few items. We really don't need much to live well, and when we buy too many items with little quality of worth, we create a lot of junk.

It's not that we've been spendthrifts, but instead, we haven't always thought about the big picture--what will be worth a purchase in the long run.

As many know, buying quality is important--there are some things we've purchased that we used again and again and again over time, but there are other items that have a short life and never resulted in much joy or positivity.

So. . .buy few items, invest in what's most important, keep your living sparse and meaningful. Less things means more time, and time holds wonderful potential.

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