Our house has clutter with stuff we don't use. It's driving me insane any more to have clutter. My husband also complains about the clutter. The thing is I go through and sort out what to take to Goodwill and my husband comes behind me and goes through the bags and takes almost everything back out and says he thinks we should keep it. For example, we have like 25 coffee mugs and neither of us drink coffee. He finds every reason to keep them. Our house isn't piled high with stuff but I think it would be a lot more organized and brighter in the house if we could just get rid of some things. I hate to not ask my husband about what to get rid of but when he won't get rid of anything, it's getting frustrating.Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 8:42 AM on Apr. 9, 2010 in Home & Garden
If you took to Goodwill without him knowing would he notice? Or you could have a garage sale, maybe he wouldnt' mind letting go of it if it turned into cash. The last time we had a garage sale, we earned a couple of hundred dollars. When it was over I called habitat for humanity and took everything that didn't sell. It was great.
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Answer by Diana49424 at 9:32 AM on Apr. 9, 2010
I don't even tell my husband I cleaning crud out. I've had my share of trips to Salvation Army/Goodwill.
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