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.
This comment from Kimberley last week inspired this week’s mini missions. You will have to use your imagination with these missions though. Just read the questions ~ they are more like exclamations really ~ and see what you can find to match them in your home. Even after all this time I am sure I will still be able to find some matches. Have fun with it. I am looking forward to hearing about your finds and the funny stories behind them.
Monday -Â Â â€œWhat was I thinking when I purchased this?â€
Tuesday -Â WhatÂ was the person thinking when they gifted me this?
Wednesday – At what point in my live did this fit/suit me?
Thursday –This drawer is going to explode if I don’t get rid of some ofÂ whatÂ is in here.
Friday – At what point did I find this attractive? (Spouses are exempt from this mission)
Saturday – What makes me think I need so many of these?
Sunday – What is this thing even used for?
Good luck and happy decluttering
Today’s Declutter Item
I know what I was thinking when I purchased this. I was thinking “Wouldn’t this be handy to take lasagne or something to a pot luck dinner and it is at a clearance price so why not buy it?” I’ll tell you why I shouldn’t have, because I have never used it in 5+ years. I did consider ditching one of my old well seasoned pans and keeping this one but the lid is useless to me and takes up so much space and just throwing it in the garbage seemed such a waste. I decided that my old pans work perfectly well and someone might find this one (in tact) more useful than I did. It didn’t even make it to the shelf at the thrift store before one of the staff purchased it.
Something I Am Grateful For Today
Just feeling content. Contentment is highly underrated. It is kind of the lesser relation of excitement, achievement or success but I happen to think that you don’t need those other things to be content and I am happy with that.