Do you have a lot of things lying around in your house that you bought months/years ago? We know you are planning on using this stuff sometime in the near future, but maybe you shouldn’t!
We often buy things in large quantities and sometimes we don’t use this stuff often enough. Yes, the discounts are attractive enough to make us buy a lot of stuff, but what if we don’t use things that regularly? When there is disparity between our personal supply and demand of daily use things, we end up having a large stock of things in our home. Not only it causes a space crunch, it also leads to depreciation in the quality of things we use much later than we buy.
If you are in a similar situation, please read on to find out when you should throw personal use items that have not been used for a long time.