I've been kinda wondering what I'd do with the bigger clothes. I don't mind giving them to Goodwill, it's more that I don't want to pay too much for stuff in transitional sizes.
I hope it works for you, too, BBB. What are you interested in freecycling?
Getting rid of stuff. My house sold so fast when I moved from California to Albuquerque in 2002, I didn't have time to get rid of stuff I no longer needed so everything, and I mean everything, got packed and moved. My dining room is still filled with packing boxes and stuff. Even my guest room has stuff stashed in it. Getting my 40 boxes of books on shelves was a big job. Plus I did some remodeling, which meant everything had to be moved around again and then put back.
I gave away lots of clothing to an organization that provides office type clothing to women interviewing for jobs, etc. I'm finding I don't really need a lot of the clothes I didn't give away then. I also gave away things removed in the house remodeling, such as kitchen sinks, carpets, etc., that I donated to Habitat for Humanity. I still have an older, large electric scooter that I replaced with a smaller one that fits in my car trunk. I don't need two scooters and I'm sure some disabled person can use it. I still have tons of art work that I don't have a bare wall for on which to hang.
I've gotten to old to be able to clean and maintain my house properly so I have lots of tools and equipment that I no longer need as I have a wonderful house keeper and handyman to do the work now. I even have stuff my two doggies don't need any longer or have outgrown the size.
I worked so hard getting the new house in order, my back finally gave out on me and I had to stop doing the heaving lifting and moving stuff around. So it still sits there, daring me to get rid of it. I don't want a garage sale, don't want to thrown them out. I want to find people who can use my good stuff.
"I got stuff" BBB