Goodbye Waffle Maker

Published June 1, 2009 by Molly


Megan Deal is selling everything she owns in preparation for a move from Detroit to Greensboro, Alabama, where she will help operate a design lab dedicated to innovative community projects.

“One part stoop sale and one part personal experiment,” as Deal puts it, the site features an array of objects ranging from the mundane (item #0562- a slow coffee pot, still available) to the fascinating (item #0547, “a collection of various necklaces, all equally worth nothing to me”, sold).

“By ridding myself of these possessions,” she writes in a footnote, “I aim to both lighten my travel load and remove the obtrusive clutter from my everyday life.”

We could all follow her lead.

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  1. Chelsey says:

    John Freyer did a similar–well, essentially identical–project some years ago. See also