Mini Mission – Tuesday 20Feb2018

Declutter a few little fiddly bits and pieces in the bottom of a drawer, basket or perhaps the glove compartment of your car. Little things pile up over time and look messy. Receipts, loose change, small hardware bits, notes, lip balms that get misplaced and go past their best by date…

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Comments

  1. I love the term “Fiddly bits.” Mom has been finding a lot of fiddly bits and getting rid of them. I’m trying to use up the fiddly bits in my scrapbook/card making supplies. I also have 3 albums I made at classes I attended and I plan to give them away.

  2. Perfect timing. Kid is off to camp for a week, and tomorrow (so a day late for the challenge) we’re going to clean the car out. Mostly garbage, but I’m sure there are fiddly bits!

    It’s a good reminder. It’s on our plans, but we also realized we only have 3 nights he’s not around and we have guests/obligations one of them. So we scaled back our plans to rearranging one closet and the car.

  3. Today I have decided to start decluttering. Well, that’s not entirely true. I decide every day, but today I am actually going to open that drawer and start reducing the contents. In a minute, when I stop typing this. 🙂 Here goes…………..