Mini Mission – Monday 7Aug2017

Declutter something brown, black or beige.

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About Colleen Madsen

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

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  1. A cow-shaped cookie jar is no longer taking up space in our tiny kitchen! I pondered it for awhile because it was a gift, but I decided I would prefer the freed up counter space. Do I get extra credit because it’s black AND beige?

  2. A nice coincidence, before I saw today’s post, I happened to declutter a black singlet. It has never fit quite right, and I have others. But it flew under the radar until today. Now it seems so obvious to move it on out.

  3. Idgy of the North

    Decluttered a small windowsill green house (black base) as we are scaling back on our garden – we did not start any plants inside this year. Also went through the first aid kit and got rid of some expired medication. Have today off so will continue to look for some additional things on this cool rainy day.

  4. I just finished a western novel. It was a lot better than the previous one by the author (my dad said he was usually pretty good so I tried another; they’re short and I had one), but nothing I will ever want to reread. My mom commented she’d take it, so into the box for her it goes. (Cover was, unsurprisingly, mostly a brown desert…..the west has no green anywhere according to western covers…)