Mini Mission ~ Monday 18Dec2017

Declutter some old packaging materials that you don’t think you are likely to use any time soon. Especially if they are taking up way too much space.


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

Comments

  1. If you have a freecycle or craigslist nearby, I’ve had really good luck giving away packing material. Air pillows, styrofoam bits, bubble wrap are all popular. Boxes sometimes take a bit longer but usually go. Paper wrapping isn’t easy to give away, unless it goes with moving sized boxes–moving boxes are their own category.

  2. I am working on this regularly by sending care packages to our married daughter. It seems there is nearly always something a bit fragile in the box. The universe, however, sees fit to regularly re-gift me with packaging materials LOL