Many people today are drowning in stuff. Written from a Christian perspective, Unstuff, by a husband-and-wife team, is a mostly pain-free guide to downsizing. The authors offer many tips, providing advice on how to live on less and still be happy. But first they address the issues of why we feel compelled to fill our lives with so much stuff. They discuss the symptoms, and they ask questions, plenty of questions. What can you live without? What do you fear being without? What do you have simply because it makes you feel happy and content? They offer legitimate reasons why we should learn to live with less, ranging from finding more time to do other things to regaining self-control: too much of a good thing can be too much. In addition, the authors discuss many aspects and side effects of consumerism gone wild: shopping as therapy, debt, stress, instant gratification, obesity, insomnia. Accompanied by plenty of charts and lists, the book concludes with some timely and prudent advice: live within your means.