I ask readers to share their hoarding secrets, and the confessions come pouring in. I hoard jackets, magazines and newspapers. See what your fellow readers are holding onto a little too long.
- By far paper: newspapers, magazines, owners manuals w/purchase receipts, calendars, bills, cards, letters, shopping lists, scrap notes & To Do lists - many from long years gone by. I've also got more than my share of plastic & aluminum coffee tins, kitty litter tubs, books, boxes (in every shape & size imaginable), VHS video tapes, CDs, DVDs, computer accessories, converter & extension cords, linens & fabrics I've bought for sewing projects I never get around to starting! I have ideas but rarely follow thru, but I'm very big on curbside recycling! Also, have found their is a market for many items on Craig's List, especially if they're free to whomever will drive by to pick up items set by my front stoop. I drop all kinds of stuff w/ children's & art class center too. Guess I'm the epitome of the cliche: One man's Trash is another man's Treasure!--Guest Beaux in VA
It sounds like lesley did a great job of ridding her home of Bargain Clutter. Abundance clutter is when you stock up on things you think you "may need someday." Here's how to spot it and tips to solve the baragin clutter attachment.
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