Chris Walsh (chris_walsh) wrote,
Chris Walsh

Less and Less = Room for More (or at least more air and space*)

To recycle or to donate? Sometimes the answer is "Whichever, just get it out your place," but I had an almost-complete run of several years of Air & Space magazines that had been sitting in my closet for years, and I didn't need them anymore, but come on, donating could mean that maybe possibly someone else will appreciate them. And I had time today (half-day at work) that I could run up to Multnomah County Library's Title Wave Used Bookstore because, yep, they take magazines. Some go on shelves to read, some go on shelves to buy, some get recycled because they really do just need to go away...but that's not my decision anymore, and that's good.

The important thing is, it means I have less stuff. THIS MUST CONTINUE. I'm unburying myself. And I can always use Less.

By the way, the worker who transferred my magazines to a box said "I probably have these at home." Another air and space fan!

Also, I could not yet bring myself to part with my 80s and 90s copies of Cinefantastique. Except maybe the issue with the 1994 live-action Flintstones as the cover subject.

* Now do you get it??!! See what I did there?
Tags: books, portland

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