"The things we own end up owning us", I'm sure most have heard this before, Chuck Palahniuk wrote this in his book Fight Club. Since the first time I watched the movie adaptation, that line really resonated with me. Since I was a kid I've preferred to own less, have less clutter, and as an adult this preference has morphed into a bit of a stressor. The more I own, the more I feel trapped, like my possessions weigh me down. It can be suffocating at times. Anyone else?