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    Should I go for a minimalist approach in life?

    I'm probably going to be moving from flat to flat in the coming months, so that's a good argument for minimalism for me.

    Also, I have loads of videogames and books I've never read, and I feel like I'm wasting them and it overwhelms me not knowing which one to pick up and use.

    If I just had, say, one book at a time or one videogame, it would be simpler.

    It said in an autism assessment I did that I do best without too much visual stimulation as I have overdeveloped sight (could be bs for all I know), so I should cover bookshelves. Why not go one step better and get rid of the bookshelf altogether?

    The less possessions you need to acquire, the less pressure you have to earn the money to fund it.
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