7 Reasons You Need the Free Crap We Set out on the Curb

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6 Responses

  1. Maria says:

    I would LOVE to give stuff to GOODWILL. But, alas….I live with a pack rat who refuses to throw anything away. She actually saved a coupon we got in the mail for Rogaine to give to the janitor at her school. It is STILL on our mail sill. She no longer works in a school. She works for a non profit where she is the oldest person there. We have a basement full of Liv’s old toys. Bing is certain that Liv’s future children will want that doll that only has a half head of hair because Liv was playing hairdresser. I would just be happy for a pile, so stop your fussing, missy.

  2. jenny_o says:

    I’ll see you your pile of crap and raise you a pile of crap from my husband’s discontinued business …

    Oh yeah baby, I’m a pro.

  3. Bijoux says:

    I’m the opposite of a hoarder…..a minimalist? Our basement is virtually empty now. At our old house, we had serious flooding issues every two years. After that, I refuse to hang on to anything.

  4. more cowbell says:

    I never thought I was a hoarder. Until I left a three-bedroom house with garage (aka junk room) complete with three kids (who were no longer “kids”) and all their accoutrements, got on a plane with some suitcases and a dog, and moved to a tiny apartment in a tiny country to marry a man whom I did not yet know was The Anti-Hoarder. I can’t even have a junk drawer now. I mean, I try. I put things in there, like bread ties and tops to the empty yogurt containers I try to save. They disappear. I should’ve been suspicious by the fact that he only owned six days worth of underwear, but love is blind and all that.

    The booze coozie is an excellent idea.

  5. Leigh Ann says:

    I love bulk trash days. It only happens twice a year, but it’s like Christmas in reverse. Guilt-free purging of the things that are too big for the trash, but too crappy to donate! And it’s almost all gone by the time the big truck actually comes around to haul it away.

    Now the donations, that’s another story. They tend to sit in my garage for months. Okay, years.

  6. alexandra says:

    Ha! and yes, this, because I’m a hoarder too (It’s still good!) “to bring this baby home and cram it into the overstuffed closet that is my blog.”

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