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  • Curtis (RVillage Founder)
    Curtis (RVillage Founder) shared Martha & Brad (BoyerWeLucky)'s post. November 7Anyone have some sage advice for these ice folks? Go! :)
    • L.D.Clark and 4 others like this.
    • Curtis (RVillage Founder)
      L.D.Clark November 7 That’s a difficult issue. I am facing the same issues, I have thoughts but no answers yet ☹️.i downsized 8 yrs ago and still have family heirlooms that no one wants. 🤔
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    • Curtis (RVillage Founder)
      MindfulNomad (Eric) November 7 It's difficult to let go but if nobody wants them, there is no point holding on to them. For myself, my sense of freedom has increased as my possessions have decreased
    • Curtis (RVillage Founder)
      Mr.disaster November 7 No easy solution.  You might consider a storage unit for a while, or cosigning some items to an antiques store.  We are three years in and still have 3 units.  We thought we were bad until we met a couple who have 5 in 3 states!
    • Curtis (RVillage Founder)
      Mike Hendrix November 7 I do not know any group that you can discuss this with.  But virtually ALL Full Timers have gone through this, and most will tell you it is the most difficult part of going Full Time.  Our children were blunt...painfully blunt, they did not want...  more
    • Curtis (RVillage Founder)
      Happier Campers November 7 If you find it really impossible to let go of these items then let your daughter take what she wants now and put the rest into a storage locker, and give your daughter the key. Downsizing is a process that takes time and once this huge heirloom burden is ...  more
    • Curtis (RVillage Founder)
      Danielle Jackson November 7 I went with giving things away to family members now, vs waiting till I die. Then I put tons of my clothing on consignment. I’m presently, packing boxes in three different categories (1 - keep, 2 - camper, 3 - garage sale). The “keep” boxes are going to t...  more
    • Curtis (RVillage Founder)
      Carl and Brenda November 7 I found it freeing that my children/family will not have to go through clearing it all out after we die. There is a term —Dostadning-“Swedish death cleaning” that struck me as a necessary part of life. And I read an article “ Your kids don’t want your stu...  more
    • Curtis (RVillage Founder)
      Becky and Steve McClellan November 7 We did a storage unit for those type of items
    • Curtis (RVillage Founder)
      Suzan and Art November 7 What the kids don't want, put up for sale.  You may get more as an estate sale then a garage sale or flea market.
    • Curtis (RVillage Founder)
      Angie907 November 7 We had a huge auction. Bought an enclosed trailer for what we wanted to keep then sold the house and hit the road.
    • Curtis (RVillage Founder)
      Gary & Debbie Glenn November 7 Donate it and take a nice right off at the end of the year. It will feel good to let it go.
    • Curtis (RVillage Founder)
      WanderingSomeMore November 8 We put the items that we planned to take with us in a storage unit. Gave away, sold or donated the rest of the items. Sold the home, took the RV to storage unit and loaded it up! Here we go! 
    • Curtis (RVillage Founder)
      Patte M November 10 I am a donate kinda gal.  Told the kids come get what you want, rented a storage unit for keepsakes, had a yard sale, called United Way to come get the rest. 
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