Mini Mission Monday is about finding ten minutes a day to declutter. To make it easy for you, each Monday I set seven declutter missions, one for each day of the week for you to follow. It takes the guess work out of decluttering and makes it easy and “fun” for you to achieve some quick decluttering.
As you Â can guess from the title this week’s missions are all to do with the outdoors, whether in your yard or equipment you use to enjoy communing with nature. So lets see what missions I have come up with for this subject.
Monday – Declutter any camping gear you no longer use. Perhaps items you have upgraded but kept the old item just in case.
Tuesday – Declutter any outdoor pet related items that are ready for the trash.
Wednesday – Declutter any gardening items that don’t seem to be getting used. Perhaps even pull out some weeds that are making your home look tatty.
Thursday – Declutter any old outdoor toys that your children have grown out of.
Friday – Declutter some outdoor sports equipment that is no longer in use.
Saturday – Declutter any old building supplies getting overgrown with grass in your yard. Timber, bricks, gravel, wire mesh etc..
Sunday -Â Sunday is reserved for contemplating one particular item, of your choice that is proving difficult for you to declutter. Whether that be for sentimental reasons, practical reasons, because the task is laborious or simply unpleasant, or because the items removal requires the cooperation of another person. That last category may mean that the item belongs to someone else who has to give their approval, it could also mean there is a joint decision to be made or it could mean that the task of removing it requires assistance from someone else. There is no need to act on this contemplation immediately, it is more about formulating a plan to act upon or simplyÂ making a decisionÂ one way or another.
Good luck and happy decluttering
Eco Tip for the Day
Join your last fragment of soap to the new cake so as not to waste it. They usually stick together well when wet.
It matters not how fast I go, I hurry faster when Iâ€™m slow