Mini Mission – Wednesday 9Aug2107

Declutter something made from plastic. You could find such an item anywhere is your home. Hopefully it will be a storage container you no longer need because you have decluttered, or are utilising, the items that used to be in it. Uncluttering an item can also be using it rather than letting it sit idle.


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About Colleen Madsen

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

Comments

  1. Plastic containers for all those cards I was given are going out the door to the Thrift Shop along with the cards.

  2. I have two large plastic flower pots (along with ten various sized Mexican clay pots) that I’m putting in the yard sale that’s supposed to happen this weekend. No one has shown to to help so we’ll see. I might end up calling goodwill for a pickup. Also have two like new 50 foot hoses that look like they are made of plastic.

  3. I got rid of all of my plastic covers that were broken…. also plastic cups such as those they give you at Taco Bell or in cruises were given away.. so much free space.

  4. I have a plastic egg you drop in water so you can tell when the hard boiled eggs are done. I’ve never used it. I think it’s neat, but I’m not going to use it. So I really need to stop keeping it.

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