Hello again everyone, so as you can tell from my previous post it may sound like I must have a warehouse of supplies for my many hobbies (which is not true, I swear!). Instead however, I have been somewhat of a minimalist through my entire life. I am by no means extreme into the whole minimalist thing (I do own a good amount of stuff, but nearly everything has a practical purpose or brings us joy), but I would say aspects of that lifestyle have definitely been exhibited in my life. For example, some hobbies I’ve tried over the years have required a specific set of tools and/or equipment. As I lose interest in maintaining less productive or entertaining hobbies it has practically been second nature for me to sell off those associated goods. So quite frankly, if it isn’t being used much, that hobby gets the metaphorical boot and the associated goods find a new owner. My point being is that there is no (to very limited) point in keeping stuff beyond its useful life. Don’t just throw that stuff in the basement on top of the yoga mat that hasn’t been used in 3 years and the treadmill that currently just holds winter jackets until it’s actually winter. Instead, sell all that stuff. Our lives need not be complicated by unused stuff just accumulating until we can’t live our lives as we ought to. As an added bonus, all that unused stuff that can be sold can be used to fund your next hobby or one that is already started! Then it is literally a win-win-win situation! You declutter, you get money from selling stuff, and you don’t need to work as hard to get permission to fund the next hobby as that money was already invested into hobbies!