Long before the pandemic started but especially during it, “stuff” has seemed to inexorably fill up any domestic space we make available for it, almost as if without our consent or even our involvement. Some of us actively seek and hoard that stuff; for those who don’t, or the would-be minimalists who consciously resist doing so, that process of constant gradual accumulation can be more puzzling. Kelly Pendergrast captured this feeling perfectly in her recent
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