Cutting Back On The Costly - Day 210 - Deepstash

Cutting Back On The Costly - Day 210

  • Seneca is making a point that goes unheard in a society or ever bigger houses and ever more possessions: that there's a hidden cost to all that accumulating. And the sooner we're aware of it, the better.
  • Remember: even what we get for free has a cost, if only in what we pay to store it - in our garages and in our minds. As you walk past your possessions today, ask yourself: Do I need this? Is it superfluous? What's this actually worth? What is it costing me?
  • You might be surprised by the answers and how much we've been paying without even knowing it.

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