Good morning y'all.
I am just looking through the posts laying out some of the great holiday hauls, as well as the post that @Skurvy5 made in regards to collection. This got me started wondering if you have any rules governing the size of your collection. I will offer some examples of what I mean.
- I know a number of people who have a "one in, one out" rule for their collection. Every time they buy a game they have to get rid of one.
- I know of people who have a space limitation. They have decided that their collection must fit in a certain space, 1 5x5 kallax, one shelf, or, etc.....
- I know of a number of people who have aquisition limits. They put limits on the number of games they can buy or a acquire in the course of a year.
There are other rules that one could use, these are just the ones on the top of my mind.
What I do is a little bit weird. Here in El Salvador, I have chosen to limit myself to one shelf. However, that is just the games that I have here. I hate hauling games back and forth to the states, they take up a lot of room. In the states, I have not yet needed to put rules in place. I do think that there is a good chance I will put some put of limitation in place, but I really don't know. If my history with books is any indication, I might never put a limit in place, LOL.
Do you have rules? If so, what are they? What are the exceptions to your rules? i.e. do expansions or gaming accessories count?
Go ahead and spit out your answers down below.