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Last week I put endless hours into completing the Christmas On A Zero Budget: Printable Plan and so I am still trying to catch up on other chores and blogging responsibilities I put aside to get that project done (go grab your FREE copy here) .
Having been so busy I gave myself grace and went through one last small area in our master bedroom before I attack the pile of stuff I don’t really want you to see (yes next week will be humbling for sure).
This bag sits on my side of the bed and to be truthful I haven’t used a single thing in it in well over a year.
In the bag and box below I found my Message version of the bible that I have spent months racking my brain as to where I last left it. I also found this yellow baby blanket my mom made for my daughter when she was born. I put it on top of the lap blanket of her’s I found last week. As I said last week, I don’t follow a paper pattern when I knit—instead I follow a visual pattern–that of the item I am actually trying to copy.
The rest of the bag was filled with things that needed to be put else where as well as a few trash items.
The empty space looks so nice. Our master bedroom is feeling so much more relaxing–even though I am dreading to show you the pile along one wall that I am going to attack next, I am looking forward to having the master bedroom completely decluttered and being the relaxing space it is suppose to be.
What area of your home did you declutter this week?
Grab the plan and join along as we declutter our homes one inch at a time.
You can also join The Snail Pacing Goal Achievers Facebook group where you will find the support you need to keep decluttering one inch at time.
Yerdle’s mission is to reduce the number of new things we all need to buy by 25%.
So how does it work?
- Post a pic. Take photos of stuff you once loved but don’t need anymore. Check your closet, garage, or kitchen – you’ll find plenty of things that someone else could use.
- Let it go. Ship your item to its new home in 5 days. Yerdle provides a pre-paid UPS shipping labels to make it easy. Anything under 10lbs can be shipped on Yerdle.
- Get what you need. By giving your stuff on Yerdle, you earn Yerdle Reuse Dollars. Yerdle can save you money by unlocking the value of things you already own, allowing you to drive your costs way down! Yerdle also offers subsidized shipping, allowing you to ship items for 4, 5, or 6 bucks.