"When things go missing in my life, it can either be in my dance bag or my cat's litter box."
Now you know why it's so heavy.
Preparing for the end of an era.
Dehoarding my partner’s childhood home gave me a way to understand his mother, but I’m still not sure how to live with the habit he’s inherited.
No Photoshop involved here, that's for sure.
I'd vote for them TBH.
This used teacup is supposed to be on this old phonebook. That's where it lives.
The first step to recovery is accepting you have a problem decoupaging a hand mirror.
Because you're not getting to inbox zero, and you're never getting rid of your American Girl dolls.
This...actually explains a lot. Artist Kerry Callen tries to explain the Bat Cave.
A new fashion spread from Interview magazine. Someone get Dr. Robyn Zasio and her calming words on location ASAP.
The holiday season is especially fraught for hoarders and their loved ones. What do you get for the person who literally has everything?
I bet you can't stop smiling after seeing this.
Neighbors aren't even sure if the owner still lives in the home, or is even still alive. But now a local news station is imploring the government to step in and clean up this yard.
No, not tuberculosis. The act of buying and owning new things. Psychologists say the loss of interest in the gifts we just received may be hedonic adaptation.
A hoarder in San Francisco is looking for a roommate who doesn't mind not being able to find the landline telephone under mountains of trash (sorry... collectibles).
With global shortages of rice and flour, governments and retailers are starting to go old school with rationing, and the hoarders have started to appear.