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How I Went From Hopeless Pack Rat to Almost-Minimalist

Post by The Stir Bloggers. I've always saved everything: my childhood Snoopy doll, stories I drew on construction paper as a kid, every single holiday and birthday card I've ever received, college papers and textbooks, and on and on. I'm in stark contrast to my mother, who despises clutter and happily trashes anything without a useful purpose. "Take a picture, then throw it away," she tells me.
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