“I’m not going to tell you to walk around in a robe and sandals scowling at people who own televisions. I hate that kashi-crunching-holier-than-thou stuff. Turning you into a possession-less scribe is not my intention. Let’s face it, though: There are tons of things in your home and life that you don’t use, need, or even particularly want. They just came into your life as impulsive flotsam and jetsam and never found a good exist. Whether you’re aware of it or not, this clutter creates indecision and distractions, consuming attention and making unfettered happiness a real chore. It is impossible to realize how distracting all that crap is – whether porcelain dolls, sports cars, or ragged T-shirts – until you get rid of it.” – Timothy Ferriss author of The Four Hour Work Week (4HWW)