Here's some good Discardian reading to inspire you:
I’ve got a “collector” mentality. I like my stuff. I like to shop
and I don’t mind a little clutter. Makes me feel at home. The problem
is that my place is pretty small and “a little clutter” turns into “a
lot of crap” pretty quickly. This is when I take the Tao of Delete to
my home. I go through almost everything and decide what I want, what I
need and what I can get rid of. Last year when I did this I had to call
some haulers to come and cart this stuff away. I had two truckloads!
Made me wonder where I was keeping it all.
I felt so good…so
relieved after those haulers left. My place was clean, and easier to
keep clean, for a long time and in general I just felt better about my
living arrangements. Sure I could have gone and got a bigger place to
keep all my stuff, but I realized what I really needed was less stuff.
[Read more of D. Keith Robinson's "Getting Things Done With Delete"]