Stationery is another one of those items I am leaving up to natural progression decluttering. It is a very slow process though. This evening I made a very small dent in our supplies and fulfilled a request from my daughter at the same time.
Last week, she asked me to print her a copy of the family cookbook that I had painstakingly digitised about 10 years ago. I have added new recipes as I have tested and deemed them good enough to add to the regular rotation.
In printing the recipe book for my little girl I managed to use up…
- 68 pieces of coloured paper
- 34 plastic sleeves
- 13 stick-on divider tabs
- 1 ring binder
…the coloured paper was bought for another project some years ago. The sticky tabs are just spares. I am happy to say that the plastic sleeves and binder are from papers we decluttered a while back so are being reused. That’s only a drop in the bucket when it comes to the using up the abundance of stationary in our house but it’s a start.
ITEM 224 OF 365 LESS THINGS
The cookbook in question. I know it is very 1990’s in layout but that is when I originally digitised it and I am not about to go to the bother of updating. It isn’t quite finished yet but it is close enough to photograph for today’s post.