Pick up any magazine and you’ll see an article about home organization. De-cluttering is the new buzzword. And, while it seems like a good idea to let some things go, certainly it’s smart to take a bit of precaution so any “real” treasures aren’t tossed. Yes, sometimes people’s basements may be piled with dust-covered things and enough boxes to cover the windows.
A word to the wise: just don’t be so zealous in clearing away items before a move, that you throw away something of value, said the movers Jacksonville, Fl.
Yes, toss out old clothes, newspapers, magazines, boxes and furniture. But if you come across a box that intrigues, perhaps wrapped in special paper or canvas cloth or hidden in some way – you get the idea – you may just want to take a peek inside. Sometimes, it’s okay to let curiosity get the best of you, said the movers Jacksonville, Fl.
Imagine discovering classical sheet music, show tunes and war songs in a box in the basement. You could find a new passion: classical music. You may come across a box of old family pictures, even heirlooms. Old toys could be collectibles.
Do research before you organize so much that you toss things away that have resale value. That Jackie Kennedy head vase you found in a dented box? Had you tossed this, it would be like throwing several hundred dollars away. That’s what eBay sellers have gotten for it. Indeed, get rid of junk, but do it carefully, said the movers Jacksonville, Fl.