blow up your tv and throw away your papers.
REALLY . . . get rid of E-V-E-R-Y-T-H-I-N-G you don't need.
How can anyone ever leave a big comfortable home if they've got TOO MUCH STUFF?
I have been paring my life's ownership
for the past 2 years with the idea that I really don't need much of this stuff regardless of living in a house, a barn or a boat.
My idea is that if, on my death-bed . . . at the time of my death, I feel I would have regretted not owning a "thing", then I'd be likely not to get rid of it.
BUT, in all honesty, when I'm on my death-bed, I don't think I'm likely to worry about such trivial incidentals of life.
I hope(and expect) to rid myself of enough stuff that a 26' boat would be more than enough boat.