My husband and I are moving to Arizona in a few months so we're starting to think about how much stuff we have knowing that we're going to drag it across the country. One of the things we started with is our collection of books. A few weeks ago we went into our home office and started sorting through all our books, deciding which ones to keep and which to donate. We have so many that we hadn't even unpacked them all from when we moved here almost 2 years ago. So we had to open up the boxes to even remember what we had.
Besides the fact that our office has been a mess ever since, it's been kind of hard because I like a lot of our books. So far we have several piles of books that we've both read and don't really need to keep. We're probably going to donate most of them to the library or goodwill, but we may try and sell a few online.
Here's my question: Do you even have occasion to clean out your personal library? How do you decide which ones to keep? What do you do with the ones you decide to give up?