Friday, September 28, 2012

Stuff in Quantity

Letting go of unnecessary stuff is usually a process that evolves over time. Not many of us can slash our possessions to the minimum on the first try. Here's some motivation to continue to rethink how we relate to our stuff: Click here to read about Japanese artist Hiroshi Fuji's exhibition of 100,000 unwanted toys collected over the past thirteen years. The pictures are thought-provoking.


Click here to learn how one New York City Sanitation Department worker has turned a collection of trash into a gallery of sorts. “It doesn’t matter what it is. As long as it’s cool, I can hang it up and I’ve got a place for it,” says Nelson Molina, the collector.


Click here to see a list of the top five collectibles you may have bought in the '90s -- not necessarily the best investments if you were expecting to retire about now with the money you'd make from selling your Beanie Babies!