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Since I have spent 40 years gathering collectibles, glass, figurines, 7 crates of photo albums...it has been a chore to unencumber myself to move from a 4 bedroom house to a 2 bedroom house. We had a flood in January which took out some things. I donated a truckload of furniture and decor items to Salvation Army. I live on a busy street so ANYTHING I put on the curb gets taken by other recyclers! I have taken 2 carloads of clothing, shoes, purses to the Goodwill. I also donated or sold all the clothing I haven't worn in the past two years and all clothing in larger sizes (no going back!) And there really is a "freeing" feeling when Iget rid of things that I no longer use. My oldest daughter gets all the green depression glass and is so happy to inherit it while I am alive and she can serve meals using the green glassware. Daughter No. Two has begun sorting the albums to spread out to family members. I began to regret spending the money on so much "stuff" over the years because when I have sold things, I may get 10 cents on the dollar. Hope that is a lesson my children learn. The best way I have learned to not shop and spend money on "frittering money away" ? I just don't go out and get in the car!