I guess being single and living in tiny English flats and houses have their benefits. I moved 3 times since I’m living in London and I always downsize because every move is a pain even though I own less and less stuff.

I’ve got loads of books that I don’t read anymore. I gotta get rid of those at some point. But I’m thinking about putting them up on ebay and in FB groups for years.

And yes, owning a Kindle is a gift.

Great piece, Eric.

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