Clutter? What to do with all that 'Stuff"
inFebruary 4, 2008 - 9:01am
Our house was stuffed with stuff. We had way too much stuff. We had stuff we didn't even know we had and stuff we never remembered getting in the first
I said to myself, "Why don't I make some room and a few bucks by selling some of this stuff?" And so was born Kismet on Ruby Lane.
Keep it small, I told myself. Don't get crazy.
I should have known what would happen. It was, after all, summertime in New England, hog heaven for bargain hunters. Everywhere you look, there are yard
Before I knew it, everything I had sold had been replaced twice over. I had to buy to keep my shop interesting, buy more to keep people coming back.
I didn't know I would enjoy my shop so much, but it has turned out to be more fun than I imagined possible. Best of all, I finally have a legitimate
It's all in the wording. I am not spending money on stuff we don't need. I am a business woman. I am acquiring INVENTORY.
Today the house is more crowded than ever. The quality of our clutter is much higher and it is displayed with greater artistry.
And I'm happy. I have found my niche. I am in the clutter business. I do what I love. Who needs all that room anyway?