Mini Mission – Tuesday 12Sep2017

Declutter a couple of a variety of item that you have way to many of. Perhaps books, craft items, tools, souvenirs, keepsakes, jewellery…

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

Comments

  1. Refrigerator magnets are on my list!

  2. Working on the jewelry. Finally just unpacked it all over the floor. One shoebox my mother wants, another is set for donation, and a small pile is set to be fixed so I can usefully use it. Earrings now fit in their designated space, and my second jewelry box is nearly empty. Goal is to be down to one jewelry box before I’m done. Close!

    • Good for you, Kayote! Keeping things reduced to their allotted space is one of the best ways to stay decluttered!!

  3. Paper sticks to me! I went through a very painful but necessary downsizing and move 18 months ago and, darn it, I’m starting to see stacks of paper again.
    Today, I sorted through the stack on the dining table: filed the paid bills, sorted out the bills to be paid(!) and tossed the rest.

  4. I have too many of pretty much everything.
    Decided to go with Kayote and choose jewellery, costume bracelets in particular.
    I mostly only wear my Pandora(s) these days, so a few lesser quality pieces of wrist wear are now in the donation box.
    Jewellery will definitely need revisiting at some point.