It’s a little hilarious and embarrassing to look at wish lists from a decade ago.
While writing my wish list yesterday, I looked through my published wish lists from 2005 to 2009. At the time, I was age 21-25, and from the lists, you can see how I was at that age of acquisition, when I had removed schoolgirl things in my life and was gathering new stuff and experiences for working-person-hood. I had begun to be able to afford to buy things for myself, and I did buy things for myself (most of them from bargain stores, I think) and collected a great variety of things from the many things that interested me.
It was a time of acquisition and trying out the things I liked.
Now, ten years after my first wish list post, is the time of minimalization and focusing on the things I actually need. Continue Reading