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