You are all very inspiring.
Sheets - for adults I find one winter and one summer set are fine. For kids, lots of backup. We went through 4 sets one memorable night. Historical note, before fitted sheets, people had three sheets - the bottom one went to the wash, the top one went to the bottom, the clean one went on top. It cut down on laundry and wear, and there wasn't a huge rush to get the laundry dry - if didn't matter if line drying took more than one day, the bed was made. There are times that I think that if I could find sheets I liked that I could just buy all "top" sheets I would go back to that.
@Fireferrets - just curious. What is the difference between acoustic and Spanish guitar? I thought Spanish was acoustic? Different strings? Different tuning?
I spent most of the summer outside (have to take advantage of warm weather). Now that winter is approaching I am really sorting and rearranging and decluttering. DD was here for Thanksgiving and we did a bunch of things that don't need a lot of strength, but do need two sets of hands. Outdoor things that are awkward are all put away for winter. My plant stand for house plants is set up, the plants are all spruced up and on it, and the plant stand for seedlings is set up, ready for January.
As I sort and clean each area, I am looking at what I actually use and what I thought I would use, but don't. A lot of the things I bought when I first moved here are now surplus, and are out or on their way out. It's so nice to have more open rooms and surfaces.