I’ve experienced it, and I bet you have too! You drive up to your local donation spot and see the “We’re full and closed until further notice” sign posted. You think, “Well, now what! I want my stuff gone NOW!”

Because of our recent sheltering in place, most people have been home much more over these last few months. This has many silver linings, and one of those is that people are decluttering more (yay!). But, one downside is that donation spots are overwhelmed and full of stuff to sort and process. So, here are some (hopefully) new to you things to think about when you’re decluttering your stuff and where your stuff will end up.

Also… I’m back to seeing clients in-person and have the necessary health and safety protocols in place. I look forward to seeing you either in-person or

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