My wife and I are done with consumption. Utterly and completely done!
We've gone through our accumulation phases in our 20's and 30's, our upgrading phase in our 40's (we're 48 yrs old), and now we just look around our home and realize how much 'stuff' we have. It's ridiculous. No, we're not hoarders, nor do we have more than the typical family out there, but that doesn't mean that we don't have too much stuff.
Since moving to a different province last year, we've started the process of de-cluttering our lives. It's still ongoing, and to be honest we've barely made a dent. Today will be another day of going through things to see what can be discarded, donated, and freecycled. I'm going to start with our paperwork and start shredding the excess bills, etc that for some reason we tend to collect.
Anyone else at this point?