As I gear up to work from home in the near future, I’ve been turning my attention to turning a spare bedroom into an office space for myself. Luckily for my husband and I, we’ve always referred to it as “an office,” but since I will legitimately work from home, this gives me an excuse to paint the walls and jettison the bed that is in there.
In the interest of living more minimalistic lives we want to get rid of some of our extra stuff. And because our parents and friends viewed our purchase of a home a few years back as an excuse to upgrade their furniture and get rid of some of their clutter, my husband and I have five dressers, three loveseats/oversized chairs, one recliner, one futon, a couch, three desks, two grills, one queen-sized bed and two double beds. Did I mention that we share the house with a cat? And that we do not have children? Most of the furniture is not problematic, but the five dressers are a bit much. So we’re trying to get rid of them and although we’re finally getting some interested parties, my husband and I were seriously thinking about holding a garage sale … where everything is free and would likely only consist of two of our excess dressers and our old grill.
That was my husband’s idea and was preferable to him than my suggestion of just parking out said items on our curb and putting “free” signs on them. 🙂 Luckily for both of us, we’re finding takers on some of these items. We just got to figure out how to get ’em delivered.
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