Day 131 What To Do With Childhood Memories

As you reach adulthood (a very vague concept that I always question), you come to a point where you start to accumulate a lot of things from your childhood that you don’t really use anymore. For example, most children have some toys that they play with. As an adult, they typically don’t have the same use and tend to take up space. But are you just supposed to get rid of all of your childhood stuff? All those trophies you “worked so hard for” as a kid… just throw them away? Or do you hold onto them forever? Is it the stuff or the memories that matter? Do you need some of both? Do you hold onto some of them and hope they become worth money in 80 years? Does it matter?

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