I have diabetes, and can’t eat beans anymore. Well, maybe in the future, but not now or any time soon. So, I put them out to be taken.
That above was put out on a Sunday morning, early, like 4am. I figured that someone might want to pick it up early in the morning.
That’s three bags of beans, and a small bag of bean snacks. There’s also some small electronics.
The previous night, I put this out, and it was taken, except for the wood and some rollers.
Not pictured are two big cans of baked beans. So it’s a lot of beans. There’s also some butter cookies, and a ramen, which I can’t eat. The rest of the stuff is electronics and screws and similar things.
I found these beans on the street. They were all clean, and in a box. Looking back, I suspect that the person who gave them away got diagnosed with diabetes, and gave away their carbs, just like I’m doing now.
Some people declutter lonely socks easily: they aren’t paired, so they are no longer “really socks.” I can’t do that. I keep wearing them, mismatched. Once they start to get holes, then, I’ll use them as rags.
Consequently, I have too many socks. Here’s a hack to be able to “toss” more of them.