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Stuffocation: Living More With Less By James Wallman Penguin, €13 Reviewed by Brendan Daly.

21st January, 2015

James Wallman has diagnosed a problem that most us can relate to. We think that more means better and makes us happier, but we feel stifled by the things we’ve accumulated in our frantic search for material success. We feel that we have too much stuff and too little time, while research shows that a cluttered life overly concentrated on gaining more possessions makes us anxious and depressed.

Stuffocation is Wallman’s name for...

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