Shared: Detaching From Material Possessions a Sign of Emotional and Financial Maturity

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Detaching From Material Possessions a Sign of Emotional and Financial Maturity

Makes you think about all the “stuff” we have and do we really need it. If I start riding my bike to work I’m going to have a truck I’ll drive occasionally on the weekend, but still pay a good chunk of change every month for it to sit there all week. Only 2 years left on the loan, but if I was starting a bike commute a year ago I’d probably be more serious about downgrading.

The Blarg is clearing out his DVD collection which makes me think I could do some house cleaning myself.

One Reply to “Shared: Detaching From Material Possessions a Sign of Emotional and Financial Maturity”

  1. When I think about the things I “need” to keep me entertained, that list is really pretty short.

    As for the truck, look into getting the insurance changed. Because Stacie drives her car so little, it’s considered a recreation vehicle or something. Can bring down your premiums a bit.

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