Some things are worth keeping precisely because they will soon turn to dust.
A poor person looking up at my residence could mistake it for one of the barns belonging to the rich man Jesus talked about—the one who didn't know his soul was buried beneath all that corn and sorghum.
KonMari approaches clutter by asking just one question: "Does this item spark joy?" But this isn't always a simple question.
The average house size has nearly doubled since 1970. Yet self-storage units, once nearly nonexistent, are a booming business.