If there’s one addiction we all seem to share, it’s a tendency to buy an infinite number of unnecessary coffee mugs. We don’t blame you for doing this, since some of them happen to be simply irresistible – plus we get a bunch we don’t need as presents.
If you’re noticing that your obsession with coffee mugs is getting out of hand, but don’t know how to deal with it – we’re here to help you out.
Some people collect mugs related to their favorite bands, TV shows, and movies, and can’t fathom throwing them away. If you happen to be one of them, feel free to keep your mugs, but make sure to put up a nice display so they wouldn’t be taking up space in the kitchen.
Cracking the Numbers
Everyone at your home probably has their favorite mug, so what’s the point of having thirty pieces if you only use five? Set an average number of mugs you should have at home at all times and try to not go over it.
One In, One Out
“One in, one out” rule suggests you should get rid of an item at home every time you buy a new one. You can easily apply it to your coffee mug collection, by ditching one of the chipped mugs with no sentimental value after you bring a new one home.