Ten isn’t ten times better than one.
It’s one, ten times over.

More isn’t better.
It’s just more.

Sometimes it fits our life and life style to have multiples of items.
Sometimes it makes things easier when we can readily access items
we use in different rooms of our house.
Other times duplicates just get in our way.
Or makes choosing what to wear, or do, or use more difficult.

Keeping track of, maintaining, and storing things we don’t use, love or value
takes time and energy, space and effort.

When facing a shelf filled with mugs,
ten pairs of jeans,
two sets of golf clubs,
or china for eight-
ask yourself:
How much is enough?

Experiment with having fewer things
in order to have more space.
And more time
for the key people and things that mean the most.