Title : A Dog’s Purpose
Director : Lasse Hallström.
Release : 2017-01-26
Language : English.
Runtime : 120 min.
Genre : Comedy, Drama.
A Dogs Purpose is a movie genre Comedy, was released in January 26, 2017. Lasse Hallström was directed this movie and starring by Britt Robertson. This movie tell story about A dog goes on quest to discover his purpose in life over the course of several lifetimes with multiple owners.
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By Chris Hoganson (staff member, intermediate level)
Consigning items is a great idea if …
- You have items that are too good to donate
- You have time to wait until it sells to receive the money
- You can drive to the shop to pick up your check
Consigning is a good way to make some extra cash, but is time consuming and you run the risk of it not selling. Also, make sure to research the shop before you take everything there. Some places will want pictures first to see if it is something that would sell at their location. There are also dates within they will accept holiday or seasonal items. Clothing will need to be no older than 1-2 yrs. Books are heavy and, unless they are rare or antique, usually do not bring much monetary reward. (Boxes of books brought to Half-Price can sometimes bring in about $17. Decide if it is worth it to haul them down there.)
Furniture needs to be clean and in good condition. Be honest (but tactful) with yourself if you see wear and tear or detect an odor before you decide to consign. The situation may merit donation type disposal or Got Junk, (Everything has a lifespan.)
Some Consignment shops will buy all the items outright:
These are few and far between. Call some of the smaller shops first. They may welcome the opportunity to grow their inventory. Ask if they would come to the home and also ask if they have a truck. Our cars only hold so much (and how much weight do you want to lift?). If you decide on one of these buy-out services, consider speaking to two or three. In Louisville, KY we can provide resources.
Be aware, it may not go as you wish…my client felt a real connection to the first consignment shop owner that came over so agreed to a total buy-out that day. The shop loaded everything up in their truck, money was exchanged, job done. She was happy. The next day, she decided to go see her things in the shop. She called me just furious. The shop owner had put some of the things out on the floor with a big mark-up. She felt she had been taken.
The shop owner was not in the wrong. The client was not in the wrong. It’s simply reality. You will never get the value you think something is worth. (Unless it’s a rare antique,a lesson for another post).
Utterly Organized, Lead Organizer
Yes, it is.
As a professional organizer, I’ve spent hours going through boxes of ‘stuff’ with clients. The boxes have amassed over the years, are dusty and ignored. Then along comes a reason for them to be opened and their contents revealed. It’s like Christmas for some. Memories flood back, stories are shared; we laugh and listen. Sometimes the items belonged to their mothers, aunts, long gone friends or relatives. More shared stories. Sometimes tears. Toss, Donate, Sell, Keep piles begin to swell, boxes are marked. (I know it’s coming. Wait for it… wait for it…) “My stuff’s not worth anything?!”
Yes, it is.
You’re just going through the five stages of de-cluttering:
- Total desperation
- Calling in the troops
- The exhaustive work of sorting and going down memory lane
- The universal “My stuff’s not worth anything!” exclamation
Your stuff is worth something.
These boxes and piles are filled with memories, family history, and gifts from well intended loved ones. The reason they’re all still there is because you’ve been too busy living to go through them.
By the time you call us, you’ve decided you can’t stand looking at the clutter anymore. It’s not a simple process. Usually there’s a little embarrassment, urgency and much self blame. “I meant to get to this! I can’t believe I left this until the last minute! I don’t know why I saved this.”
‘Stuff’s’ monetary value varies. Through this process, vintage, antiques, art, collectibles, rare books, etc. are identified and appraised; items that are not old but in great shape can be consigned. Yard sales, estate sales can be planned. Charities welcome donations in good condition and will give you a tax receipt. (Have you been in their collection area? You think your basement is bad! Imagine sorting through all of that! Sort of puts it in perspective, doesn’t it?)
Your stuff is worth something. But it’s unrealistic to think you can recoup what you paid for it. By the time it gets an honorary place on your basement shelf, it’s not used enough to merit a spot in the prime real estate upstairs.
Our lives go through a natural ‘rightsizing’. Baby phase done? Don’t need baby things. Sewing once your passion, but no more? Don’t need so many sewing things. Love to read but now your eyes aren’t what they used to be? Time to shed some books so others can share them. Make some room for who you are now.
You bought these things and used them. They served you well. Pass them on so they can be valuable to someone else. Thank them for their service and give them a fitting farewell. Clean, organized shelves, holding only the things that are meaningful or useful for you today, no longer having to be ashamed to have someone see your basement, attic, bedroom, or (fill in location here ______); now that’s priceless.
Utterly Organized, a professional organizing firm serving the Louisville, KY area