Mini Mission – Tuesday 11July2017

Declutter one of those “I might need it someday” items.

Chances are if you haven’t used it in six months you probably never will. That may not be the case, however, if it is one of those single use gadgets whose task can be performed by some other simple yet more versitile item, then declutter the gadget and keep the more useful thing. Here is an example do you have and egg slicer, garlic press, bean slicer or mandolin in your kitchen that is rarely or never used them get rid of it and use a knife to perform all the task. If you have all four of these gadgets just think of the space you could free up.


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About Colleen Madsen

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

Comments

  1. I just loaded up 2 lamps with shades, a tall metal stand, a vase, decorative nest, eggs& bird, and outlet extenders. I had put these in a closet as an experiment to see if I would miss them and I didn’t. Have another load, but I have a small car and that’s all that will fit.

  2. P.S. can’t think of any single use gadgets I have in the kitchen. Will have to double check though.