They write about minimalism.
There is a 3-step process to embrace it:
1. Accept you have clutter.
2. Reduce the clutter.
3. Be more productive without the clutter.
Many friends think I am crazy when I tell them I got rid of hundreds of books a decade ago and currently own less than 30. Or, that I once owned 500+ CDs and currently own none.
It’s natural that as I organize my apartment, I am constantly finding old technology, electronics, and other doodads that don’t define me anymore. They don’t need to collect dust in my apartment. My past purchases can be amortized into someone else’s treasure. Thanks to the Facebook Marketplace, strangers are seeing my ads and contacting me with interest — and payment.
If minimalism sounds appealing, here is a 2016 documentary trailer about a film that is currently available on Netflix: