I am in the process of getting ready to move - all the way from LaPine to Bend as I need to be closer for the benefit of my teenage daughter who is involved in everything IE. school, sports, job as junior staff at the B & G Club, volunteering for everything and the drive is becoming too much for her - she just started driving last year. Anyway I am having a little problem getting rid of things. It seems the older you get the tighter you want to hold onto things, even those that mean nothing and you have not looked at or even touched for years. Books are a big issue for me. I have many I read often (I read every night before bed) but I have had them forever and it is just redundancy at this point. Obviously I do not have a problem with knowing what I AM going to keep (basic home items, tools, reloading stuff, shop equipment, welders, lathe and other 'hard' items) but it seems the hardest part is the small stuff that makes the least sense to keep. I need some 'pep' talk here from anyone who may have experience dealing with this slight psychological problem I may be dealing with. I did not have this problem the last time I moved (2004 from Prineville to LaPine) But I have acquired a lot of stuff since then. Understand I am not a 'hoarder' with outbuildings full of American Pickers dream stuff but just someone who needs a shove in the right direction. Thanks for the help.