I don't know about you, but sometimes when Spring Cleaning rolls around, I have a hard time getting rid of stuff. Even if it's stuff I haven't used in a while. Well, here's a hack I read about that can help. I'm definitely going to try it. Someone came up with a hack that's supposed to help you let go of stuff. If you're not sure you want something, keep it . . . but HIDE it from yourself. A writer in the U.K. just did a big article on it, and said she used to make three piles . . . keep, toss, and donate. But she added a "hide" pile to that. Here's why. It's hard to get rid of stuff you spent money on, because it seems like a waste. And you're always worried you might need it someday. It's called the "sunk cost fallacy." (I know, big words for "I'm not ready to let it go) So if you can't get rid of something, just hide it somewhere . . . and see if you miss it. Chances are you won't. And the next time you clean, you'll have an easier time giving it to Habitat or Goodwill. She says it's worked for her, especially with clothing she never wears. And she thinks it'll work for other people too I'm definitely going to give it a try!!