No one. The answer is "no one needs all this stuff". I just lived out of a suitcase for a month. And while I felt unsettled, it was very freeing. I missed my kitchen stuff the most because I don't like eating out. I like meal-planning and all that jazz. So I need that portion of my stuff. But as for the boxes of clothes, shoes, and stuff I haven't even missed in the last month? Probably not all that needed.
We've been married 4 years and the stuff has accumulated. And we lived in a 2600 square foot house for half of that and...it accumulated. And if you visited that house, it STILL felt empty. Even with all this stuff in it.
Stuff that needs to go on the walls. Some of the stuff that needs to go on walls, anyway...
Oh basement, I love you.
The mover who packed up my clothes in Alaska said he'd never seen someone with so many clothes hangers. Great, right?
My hairdryer is the red one. I have a travel one I've been using for the last month, and that little gray thing is "the back-up". I also have 3 curling irons. The last time I curled my hair was 2 years ago.
Why do I have 3 curling irons?
Couches being shuffled about.
Anyway, as I'm unpacking, I'm putting stuff in boxes. One for stuff I want but don't want out, and one for stuff I plain old don't want. This is a fresh start and we don't need ALL THE STUFF.
Do you get rid of stuff? Scott and I are both on the same page this time around. We want to downsize the stuff.
(The goal here was really to see how many times I could use the word "stuff".)