Be very careful when it comes to prioritizing possessions over experiences. A capitalistic society will often encourage the acquisition of more and more stuff without regard to whether it’s truly needed.
Always remember that the cost of owning more stuff not only involves the purchase price, it also involves the resources to store and maintain it.
When your possessions begin to restrict you from doing things that you could easily do if you didn’t own them, the cost of ownership is your freedom.
We often look at what people own as a marker of how successful they are, but a far more accurate measure is whether a person’s lifestyle provides them with the freedom to do what they truly want to do.