A new survey found why we won't get rid of stuff even if we never use it.  The top three are:  "I might need it one day" . . . sentimental reasons . . . and hanging onto it to sell it.

I'm not going to say we've all got a little HOARDER living inside of us . . . but think for a second about JUST how much crap you have.

A new survey found the five reasons we won't get rid of stuff, even if we NEVER use it.  Check 'em out . . .

1.  "I might need it one day."

2.  Sentimental reasons.

3.  Hanging onto it to sell it.

4.  You'd feel guilty throwing it away.

5.  Laziness.

The things we feel the most guilty about throwing away are gifts . . . family heirlooms . . . clothes we rarely ever wear . . . and greeting cards.

The survey also found that 27% of us spend at least two hours a week looking around the house for stuff we can't find . . . and 90% of people would throw away some of their significant other's stuff if they knew it wouldn't cause a fight.   What do you keep that you should probably throw away? Why are you keeping it?

Hoardingly yours,