I know, you held onto that card or board game for a while, thinking that the missing piece would show up. It hasn’t. It’s time to decide whether you can use a make-shift piece or whether the ease of play is gone. If you have kids, ask them if there are games on their shelves that they don’t play with because of missing pieces. Can they come up with a creative solution for the missing piece or are they ready to release the game?
If this doesn’t apply to you: Pull a book off your shelf that you haven’t read and decide if you will start reading it today or if you will pass it along to a new owner.
Susan Caplan McCarthy
I'm Susan, a writer and teacher developing a second career as a Decluttering Coach.