Let’s put this challenge bed already!
When I originally planned this series, I anticipated that I would blog every day about de-cluttering my closets. But you know what they say…the best laid plans…
Anyway, I got off schedule and if you we’re following along and counting on me, I’m sorry for letting you down.
I forced myself to get caught up this weekend. So here goes.
Day 5: Master bedroom closet
1) Pair of maternity jeans with holes – TRASH
2, 3 & 4) Pants, shirt & sweatshirt I’ll never wear – DONATE
5) White purse that I’ll never use – DONATE
Day 6: 2nd bedroom closet (my daughter’s room) (She does have more clothes than you see here. She prefers to keep them in her dresser where she can reach them.)
1) a doll from a fast food restaurant – TRASH
2) a tube of glitter glue – TRASH
3) a Christmas barrette she will never wear – DONATE
4 & 5) jeans and a dress that are too small – SELL AT CONSIGNMENT SHOP
Day 7: Closet in bedroom #4. This closet is in the room that my oldest two sons share and it’s the smallest closet in the house. It holds my oldest’s clothes and games, none of which I could get rid of. So I went back to the master bedroom closet and de-cluttered there again.
Day 8: closet in the 4th bedroom (Before we had children this room was a TV room, craft room and office. Since the birth of our first child, it has been the nursery where each child has slept until they were at least 2. The closet is filled with lots of stuff that really doesn’t belong in there.)
Day 9: I revisited the linen closet and I’ve decided to SELL these 4 Longaberger baskets and the set of Longaberger candles on ebay.
Day 10: I revisited the closet in bedroom #4.
WOW! It feels great to finished with that project and to be almost 80 items lighter! Great job!
What should we de-clutter next? (I promise it will only be a 5 day challenge next time! )