Mini Mission – Monday 10July2017

Declutter something given to you by someone else that you no longer want.

Too often people hold on to such items out of obligation. Just because an item was gifted to you, made for you or was handed down to you does not mean you should feel guilty to let it go if you no longer want it. No one should expect you to clutter up your home with things you no longer want or need.


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About Colleen Madsen

Colleen is the founder of 365 Less Things and lives in Newcastle, Australia.

Comments

  1. Just boxed up a bunch of very nice & expensive silk flowers that I used for a couple of years. My Aunt loves making arrangements for her house. Will mail them to her as a surprise in the next few days.

    Doesn’t really fit the mission, but I can’t think of anything I have that does.

  2. I hear you !
    Gotta get rid of those burdens.