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Re: The 2017 declutter thread

Postby DigDig » Thu Aug 10, 2017 12:17 am

DigDig wrote:Tricycle sold, counting it as 2 bags. Total 46 bags.


2.5 bags of book gone. 48.5 bags
I have 5 more bags of books, 2 bags of candle things and 1 bag of clothes at the front door waiting to go.

Getting there. .....
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Re: The 2017 declutter thread

Postby Mummy woo! » Thu Aug 10, 2017 8:05 pm

Well done DigDig

I have just offered an antique washcopper to a friend - hopefully that will amount to a significant gap in my laundry where I can put a new freezer :)
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Re: The 2017 declutter thread

Postby DigDig » Wed Aug 16, 2017 1:26 pm

Another 10 bags gone. 5 books, 5 clothes and toys. Total now 58.5 bags. .. slowly slowly getting there.

I have a bag of kids books, 3 bags of baby/toddler girls clothes to get rid of now.

We got rid of a queen bed but I'm not counting it because we got a free double bed instead from my parents.

Now I've just got to find a place to donate or give Indian clothes. I have a bagful of silk baby toddler girls stuff, and about 2 suitcases of my stuff!!! Been there for about a year. .
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Re: The 2017 declutter thread

Postby DigDig » Thu Aug 17, 2017 12:21 pm

So another 6 bags gone. Baby clothes, candle things, more kids books and toys. Total now 64.5 Not much more from me for a while I think. Still a way to go before I get to 100!

If anyone wants traditional Indian clothes for kids or friends ups DM me. I'm happy to give them away.
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Re: The 2017 declutter thread

Postby Mummy woo! » Fri Aug 18, 2017 6:30 pm

Well done Dig Dig - things must be looking very spacious in your home :)
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Re: The 2017 declutter thread

Postby DigDig » Sun Aug 20, 2017 4:45 pm

Mummy woo! wrote:Well done Dig Dig - things must be looking very spacious in your home :)


Thanks. I'm feeling better, but still a bit to clear out. We literally had things spilling out of cupboards and shelves before.
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Re: The 2017 declutter thread

Postby Jenbt85 » Sun Sep 03, 2017 9:11 am

So we have cleared out our office. Roughly 16 grocery bags of rubbish went. Total = 50 bags

I can see the end in sight! We have a little bit to go but it's all manageable. I have made a deal with DS that if I get rid of a mountain of toys, he can have one new toy that he's really keen on. I'm really looking forward to making that one new toy worth my while ;)
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