It was on Facebook where I came across a link to my friend Erin's blog post on how she had started on her first space and, seeing her results, I was inspired to pick myself up off the couch and start on my first space. I opted to start small with our nightstands. Jac had already cleaned out his (thanks!) so I only had mine. It took me all of 5 minutes and I literally had a handful of things for each of the three bags. Whoa.
One space down, nineteen to go!
- Downstairs bathroom
- Downstairs hallway closet
- Living room
- Laundry room
- Kitchen pantry
- Kitchen cupboards
- Kitchen (fridge, counters, etc.)
- Dining room
- Linen closet
- Upstairs bathroom
- Upstairs bathroom cabinets/drawers
- Office bookshelves
- Office closet
- Bedroom closet
- Bedroom dressers
- Downstairs patio and closet
- Upstairs balcony and closet
Yeah!!! So proud of you. I, too, have a hoarding problem with grocery bags. Paper, plastic, starbucks...you name it, I've got it. I love bags. I need to go through them. It's a problem.ReplyDelete
I will do area 2 tomorrow. Poor hubby worked 20 hours yesterday, and didn't sleep last night. He slept 5 hours during the day, so Owen and I had major quiet time. Area 2, tomorrow!
Great! What a good start. Starting small is good, helps really motivate as well. Didn't do any today, but I did one this weekend, and had 5 bags of donation/garage sale/garbage. So I consider that an excellent start.ReplyDelete
Erin-I love your pics of your entry way and closet. Great start!
Thanks, Nancy! It's still crowded (and surprisingly only a foot deep) but it's a start! Yeah!ReplyDelete