gaaaah, I have too much stuff, and too much of it is hard to just toss because it could still be useful either for me or for somebody else, but I know hardly anyone locally to ask if they have use for it @_@
@firstname.lastname@example.org d'you have local thrift store type things?
@InspectorCaracal hm, not in walking distance, but I know of two or three in Cologne.
a lot of them will stop by and pick up donations, especially if any of the donations are furniture or bulky.
(it's how i got rid of my sister's old bedframe with my parents dragging their feet about how they would be able to get it out eventually - nah i called the habitat for humanity restore and went 'yall want this?' and they said 'heck yeah we sure do' and came and picked it up.)
@email@example.com Make up boxes of 'stuff to give away/find home for' and if you haven't given it away or found a home for it in X months, toss it.
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