Great, quotable post over at The Minimalists:

Like your stuff? Keep it! Find value in that wardrobe teeming with unworn clothes? That closet brimming with mismatched bath towels? That basement abound with un-played-with toys? That garage stuffed with collections of trinkets? That shelf overrun by dusty DVDs, CDs, VHS tapes? Great! Hold tighter if you feel so inclined. Permission granted. You have permission to keep anything that adds value to your life. And you have permission to keep anything that doesn’t. But you also have permission to let go. You have permission to clear the clutter. You have permission to remove the excess—the clothes you don’t wear, the junk you don’t use, the things you hold on to just in case—and focus on what’s truly important to you: health, relationships, passions.

Step one is selling the records I don’t listen to any longer…