Assessing the amount of stuff in Your house (or your aging Parents' home).
If you have recently looked around your home (or your aging parents’ house), you’ve probably realized that it couldn’t hurt to start downsizing your stuff. More than likely, your home is filled to the brim: a garage, attic and basement that are storage warehouses, closets and drawers that are stuffed, and living areas that are spilling over with stuff.
Your home is a museum of your family’s life, but it has gotten so full you can’t see the forest for the trees. Let’s take a look at how you can start the process, at your house or in your aging parents’ home, of realistically assessing how much stuff there really is. To help you out, we’ve created a free room-by-room checklist to use.
Want the lowdown on how to Downsize Your Stuff? Keep reading!