June 13, 2022

The 10 Laws Of Stuff

The 10 Laws Of Stuff

1. Stuff grows. The more you have the more you acquire.

2. Useless stuff crowds out useful stuff.

3. Dust, bugs, and moisture all will attack your stuff and tear it down.

4. Stuff at rest tends to stay at rest.

5. Stuff expands to fit the space available. The more space you have, the more stuff you feel you need.

6. Over time stuff becomes invisible – after living with stuff we tend not to see the clutter it causes.

7. Stuff costs money that is better put to other uses. 

8. Stuff has a powerful effect on your state of mind. Useless stuff is a burden – it weighs us down.

9. Stuff only has value when it is used, and most of it is rarely used.

10. Stuff may make you contented, but only for a short while. Then you will need more stuff.



  1. What a fantastic synopsis, one to come back to again and again....the cartoon kind of captures me perfectly (the human not the rabbit) so I need all the reminding I can get. Thanks as always.

  2. The "need" for the newest, shiniest, latest stuff is an addiction - pure and simple - and just as difficult to overcome as any other dopamine driven craving.


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