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What To Do with Other People’s Stuff! The Home Hour: Episode 105

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We talk a lot on the Home Hour about organizing and decluttering and we agree that purging our homes is HARD! What if we need it someday? What if we regret getting rid of it? It cost so much to purchase! What if? What if? What if? But if we think it’s hard to part with our own stuff, how much harder is it to discard other people’s stuff? This episode is all about what to do with the hand-me-downs currently in your home and through it all we’re going to be looking at our things knowing that one day “our stuff” may become someone else’s “other people’s stuff”. Do we care if people keep it? Do we have things we really want others to have? We also talk about what to do, in very practical ways, to deal with the “stuff” left behind when a loved one passes Plus, family drama over mattresses, Graham’s distrust of her future daughters- in-law, and how we plan to recreate the Golden Girls in our real life retirements! * Here’s a great article from Houzz on cleaning vs reupholstering vs replacing old furniture: Sponsor Spotlight: KIND Snack Club! The Home Hour runs on KIND snacks! They are our favorite! They make delicious, healthy snacks using whole ingredients you can recognize and pronounce! If you’ve never tried these tasty AND healthy snacks, then get ready because we’ve got a special deal for you! Home Hour listeners, can try 10 KIND Bars for free, all you have to pay is shipping!  When you order the sample box, you’ll also get to try KIND’s Snack Club, where you’ll receive monthly snacks at a discount and get members only bonuses. To access this great deal visit Learn more about your ad choices. Visit