Stop Shopping and Start Selling Challenge

The Current Situation I don’t know about you, but I have been an stereotypical, materialistic, American. I have stuff nearly spilling out of my house, out of my garage, out of my car. I don’t think I’m a hoarder, but there is no question that I have way too much stuff. Here are some examples: “Juicing sounds fun, I’ll get the best juicer and then I’ll get another one while I’m at it.” (Yes, I have two juicers that I don’t use.) “Juicing is too much work, I’ll just buy a Vitamix blender.” (We actually use this, but come on, its not really a necessary item.) “Warm bread is yummy, I need a bread maker.” “Homemade ice cream is yummy, I need an ice cream maker.” “My tablet is broken, I’ll buy another one.” (I now have 3 including the broken one.) “I want another musical instrument.” (I now have 1 guitar, 1 clarinet, 3 banjos, 2 mountain dulcimers.) “If I buy this camping stove I’ll be so much more comfortable while camping.” (I probably have 4-5 different camping stoves.) “Camping and sleeping on the ground is too uncomfortable, I think I’ll buy a cot.” (I have 2 cots, 3 or inflatable sleeping pads, a couple foam pads.) “I like board games, lets try another one. And another one. And another one.” (Most are unplayed in my basement.) I could go on and on. Trust me, I’m really not a hoarder. Am I? Well, maybe I am but our house… Read moreStop Shopping and Start Selling Challenge