You just dropped off your first load at Goodwill. It was easy to get rid of the junk and the broken stuff. After all, none of those possessions were functional any more. When you get home, you realize that there is still a lot of stuff all over the place. You can’t see any clear spaces where the stuff you got rid of used to reside. You realize that more needs to go, but what about the stuff that you are on the fence about?
Well, as Frederick Douglas put it, “Where there is no struggle, there is no progress.”
If you are on the fence about something, most likely you do not need to be keeping it. If you have not worn it or used it recently but are keeping it because you think you might use it someday for some reason, then just get rid of it! Face it, you’re never going to put it to good use. Save yourself the trouble, and just toss it! It can be a blessing for someone else who really will use it. After all, you don’t want to end up like this person, do you? 😉