No matter how quickly technology will advance, many can attest to the fact there is nothing that can replace the feel or excitement of a real, physical comic book. And despite having an antique appeal, these are the characters and storylines that power a lot of the entertainment we enjoy today. Avid fans are known to have extensive comic book collections, which can actually be incredibly valuable. You could have a single book worth hundreds of thousands even MILLIONS of dollars and not even know it! Even if you aren’t the lucky owner of one of these highly expensive comics, they can still hold an immense personal value and can be held onto for generations with the right care.
Whether it’s for college or to start a new life elsewhere, it’s practically inevitable that your child or children will eventually move out of the house one day. This can be problematic for many reasons, especially because there can be many items that won’t fit into a small dorm room or apartment, and simply must be left behind at home, which can be a real headache.
Whether you’re an artist or an avid collector, few can deny that displaying a piece of art can have a profound effect on a space. While paintings may be the first to come to mind, sculptures and other unconventional works can take up even more than wall space. As we all know, collections, seasons, preferences, and other deciding factors are all subject to change. But facilitating this change can be incredibly difficult, especially when certain pieces can be very unwieldy. Luckily- we have the solution.
If you look around at vintage thrift stores, especially in the hippest parts of Pasadena or Los Angeles, a piece of clothing purchased in the 70s, 80s, or even 90s for a few bucks can be worth hundreds of dollars today. While garage sales may be the most obvious way to de clutter your closet, you often times give away clothes for a fraction of what you bought them for, to the benefit of complete strangers. There are better solutions to “too many clothes” available.