Today's SBQ was suggested by Dani and is:
Have you ever thought of getting a rider on your household insurance
to properly cover your stash (some of us have quite an extensive
stash that an average household policy wouldn't fully cover) in the
case of some sort of damage to your house that would destroy/ruin
charts, fabrics, floss, etc?
You know, the thought did cross my mind, wether I should insure my stash or not. When I once joked about it to my insurance guy, he said with a straight face that all that stash was insured. A good thing, then.
What does nag a bit in the back of my mind is that I never hope to have such a large stash that I really do need to take out some extra insurance. To me that would me having a wasteful amount of stash, stash that I would probably never be able to use. So now, there's a boycott, and for the first time a very serious boycott on stash that's been succesfully in effect for a year now! If our crafting ancestors could do it, then there's no reason I could as well - make do. The only things I purchase now, is what is needed to complete a project. Frees up money for other things in life and .....I don't have to worry about insurance!