If you are bursting at the seams with stuff, think about how much of your stuff you really need. Many librarians keep everything, because they might need it "someday."
In library school, we learned about the difference between two models: "Just in Case" and "Just in Time."
This can apply to more than just collections. It can apply to stuff.
It's a hard fact: our spaces are too valuable to use them for storage of things we don't really need.
Librarians tend to do more with less; to present a good face to the public, and to minimize problems. We have to learn that we can’t be all things to all people, and we have to prioritize. We have to learn to embrace our inner toddler and say NO.