A classmate of mine turned me on to an emerging movement called "The 100 Thing Clallenge." Yes, 100 Thing, there's no s at the end. The idea behind the movement is to cut down one's posessions to a mere one hundred items in order to cut down on clutter and eliminate the desire for "stuff," among other benefits. Think about it, the less stuff you can own, the less you can buy. It's an ambitious lifestyle choice to say the least.
A cool time article in the movement can be found here.
Interesting, but not for me. My spending isn't so bad that I must resprt to such measures...yet.