We live in a material society where our main goal seems to be to acquire more stuff.
We buy bigger cars, bigger houses, and of course, lots and lots of stuff to fill these houses. The idea is that we can buy happiness by buying more “stuff”.
More and more people are starting to feel that all this extra stuff weighs us down and adds to the stress we’re feeling.
In the search for happiness, there is a new trend of owning less and living simpler, more minimalistic lives
But what it may indicate is that spending a little time decluttering and getting rid of some things can give us a feeling of breathing room and freedom.
It also means that instead of accumulating more stuff, we should try focusing on experiences.
Instead of buying a fancy car, new furniture, or a new set of golf clubs, take that money and spend it on a fun family trip.