I've worked hard this summer on decluttering. I got brave and I got bold and bagged and boxed so many things. I said good bye to so many things I've clung to for so long. I clean up rooms and pull out so much clutter and off it all the dump. I feel marvelous. Then, after a few weeks, I do a garage sale and get rid of more, selling and giving away clutter. But now, two weeks later, I'm rearranging a room, decluttering and it just feels like that no matter how much I have decluttered before, I'm continuously creating more clutter to deal with. Broken shelves, unworthy clothing, products, stuff, stuff. More than can fit in my car or trash can. We're talking big trash here, not trash can stuff. And not goodwill worthy. It's depressing. As soon as I feel I'm getting a handle on it all, I seem to produce more from within the house. It's very frustrating, because getting rid of the stuff is difficult. How can I get rid of large junk without a truck? I cant get the stuff to the dump without asking more neighbors or renting equipment. When people get rid of all their junk and trash, please tell me, how on earth do people actually get RID of it all? Where do you take it? How? How much do you spend?