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Like many retirees, our household is downsizing. As many of you know, we have sold our house in the suburbs and now, just last week, moved into a one-bedroom condominium. Six months ago we had a basement full of old boxes and an attic full of memorabilia. We had overflowing kitchen cabinets, closets bulging with old clothes, bookcases bursting with books and tabletops littered with little trinkets and tchotchkes. But now, everything has been packed away and moved out the door. We have one truckload in our condo, and another has been sent to storage -- to await the time when we settle down into a house or condo that is bigger than what we have now, but smaller than what we had before. How did we do it. Honestly, a month ago it seemed like an impossible task. So here are eight tips from personal experience on how to declutter and prepare for downsizing in retirement. Call the kids. The first thing we did was put our four kids on notice that we were moving, and we expected them to come and sort through their things, take what they wanted and dispose of the rest. One son had already moved 800 miles away and had taken most of what he wanted. We sent him photos of the rest. The rest we got rid of. We were lucky that another son had recently bought his own house. He came with a U-Haul and not only took all of his own stuff, but loaded up a couple of extra pieces of furniture into the back of the truck. Find your pickers store. There's a second-hand store in the next town over from us. There's probably one near you, too. I called the owner and made an appointment. Then I loaded up the back of our small SUV with tools, framed prints and a few knickknacks, and the woman there picked through my pieces, took what she wanted and gave me $140. I made a second trip a few weeks later, and she gave me another $60... Trash, trash and more trash. Some towns offer bulk pickup a few times a year. Our town does not. We have a limit of two full garbage cans, twice a week. We filled two garbage cans to the brim, twice a week, for six months straight. Plus, we sneaked in a few extra items when we thought we could get away with it. 7. Call the junk man. There are people who will come and haul the last of your stuff away, for a fee. They advertise on community bulletin boards, or leave their business cards in local shops. I found a card at the second-hand store. Fortunately, using all the other methods, we never had to call the junk man. But it's good to know he's there, if and when you need him. Have a heart-to-heart with your partner. None of this works if you are furiously disposing of things while your partner is agonizing over whether to throw away a Christmas card from 1985. Most relationships, it seems, consist of one hoarder who has piles of possessions, and one... To avoid working at cross purposes, you need to sit down and talk things out. The hoarder must realize that many things (VHS tapes, a record player, old sports equipment) are outdated or can easily be replaced. The simplifier has to appreciate that some things have sentimental value and can't be replaced, and if you get too enthusiastic about downsizing you might end up regretting what you've lost. Respect your partner's point of view , realize there are deep emotional issues embedded in this whole process and be ready to compromise. A long term process. It's good to NOT think about it and just do it. I've completely decluttered my house except the basement. It's filled with my 2 daughters crap. I told them I was getting a container delivered to my home and since they haven't used the crap in 15 years, it's garbage and will all be thrown away. She spent 2 days going through her junk. I count the days till my basement is clean and not an obstacle course. HOW DID WE EVER COLLECT SO MUCH CRAP INTO OUR LIVES. I'll never know. We have several boxes in our basement filled with "stuff" that moved with us 11 years ago from our old house. I knew back then it should have gone right into the trash. However, sensitivity to a differing point of view convinced me to take it with us. I think it is now time to haul it out of here, since we have never opened up any of these boxes, and cannot remember what is in them. Thanks for the good tips. It's always nice to think that someone else can benefit from something that we no longer need or use.
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Solid Wood Mission Style CD, Video, DVD Storage Cabinet holds: 612 CDs or 298 DVDs or 172 VHS Videocassettes or any combination of these. Interior shelves are adjustable so that you can customize to fit your collection. Maximizes space while keeping your collection safe and dust free. Hand rubbed oil finish. Hand crafted quality in solid Beech hardwood stained in a black finish. Fully Assembled. Dimensions: 23 1/4W x 13D x 40H Available Finishes: Oak (CD-612), Dark Oak (CD-612D), Walnut (CD-612W), Cherry (CD-612C), Black (CD-612B) or Espresso (CD-612ES)
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LE1040: Features: -Tempered glass door panels-6 Adjustable shelves-Decorative handles. Construction: -Constructed of MDF with solid wood veneer. Color/Finish: -Please note: Due to color variance in the product finish, actual cabinet finish may differ from image. Specifications: -Capacity: Holds 371 CDs, 185 DVDs, or 100 VHS Tapes.
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A Place for Everything... Whether you need storage for books, DVDs, games or clothes, you'll find attractive, custom options in this book. Open shelving? An enclosed cabinet? A classic bookcase? They're all here. Building Bookcases, Cabinets and Shelves offers 29 storage solutions in a variety of styles and sizes with both open and enclosed storage. Each project includes cutting lists, step-by-step instructions and tips and advice from professional woodworkers who have made each piece. Best of all, you can build them just as they are, or customize further to make each piece uniquely yours.
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kind of narrowing down the basic idea. WHY BOTHER MAKING THIS THING i have a really weirdly-shaped living room with all the various doors, windows, radiator etc. in places that make everything inconvenient. particularly the all-important sofa placement. i figure that if i can cram everything “entertainment”-related into some vertical space in this little corner, that will in turn solve some seating issues because it’ll open up a little floor space and make the television visible from more locations. DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS: DIMENSIONS the interior measurements are likely to change. the only two numbers i care about are the 16" of clearance that so i can store records underneath, probably in milk crates, and the 20" for the tv shelf. otherwise i need storage for: dvd and vhs players (can be stacked on one shelf), receiver, cable box, router, record player, and misc equipage (i have a rarely-used gamecube, spare Y-cables and other crap). ideally i could put movies in this...
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Some slightly dated photos of my home built and designed media tower. Ineeded a space effective method to store my hundreds of CD games and movies so I built this towering beast. It stands about 7 feet tall and spins alowing acess to all four sides. The shelves are adjustable for CD or DVD sized items. I forget the exact numbers but it will hold close to 400 CDs, 200 DVDs or any combination of the two. I filled it pretty quickly and ended up spilling all of my VHS, Non CD/DVD case games and Playstation games into alternative storage areas anyway. I had originally planned to build a second spinner but never got around to it.
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