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The one item I regret decluttering

This!

Therapik

https://therapik.com/

Only because I needed this Therapik the other day when I was covered in bug bites and I know it works. It transmits heat against the spot and really stops the itch by activating the spot to focus on the heat “attacking” your skin and getting your brain to switch the focus off the itch.

I ended up buying another one. :-/

Aside from that, not many clothing or shoe purchases have been regrets when I decluttered them.

Have you ever tossed anything you regretted?

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4 Comments

  1. Maggie

    Several vintage pieces that I got when working estate sales, or the theater in uni. I got tired of moving them around with me with the intention of “making them work” at some time. They were pieces of art, but I was traveling and moving too much. Sometimes I think about them and hope they got a new owner who appreciates them.

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    1. Sherry of Save. Spend. Splurge.

      I’m slowly reaching that point as well. For clothes, I mean, but you have to let them go sometimes.

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  2. Anne

    I use Le Creuset wine cooler sleeve for that purpose. The cold works the same way as the heat in tricking the brain.

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    1. Sherry of Save. Spend. Splurge.

      !!! Thank you. I have to get one …

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