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    My mum took a huge bag of clothes that was given to me. I have donated a bag full of clothes etc every monday to the salvos when ds and I go for a walk :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by BH-KatiesMum View Post
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    According to a poll conducted by ShopSmart Magazine, the average woman owns 19 pairs of shoes, and one-third of women have a hard time finding a place to put them all. So – ‘fess up now, how many do you own?



    I do cosplay so I have like 10 different shoes for different costumes.

    I have 2 pairs of work boots
    1 pair of black colorado shoes for storeroom work, security jobs, ect.

    8 pairs of office shoes for business attire and I use these for weddings ect

    42 pairs of different pairs of converse shoes. I wear these with every casual outfit. I have over the knee, knee highs, platforms, hi tops and low tops.

    3 pairs of thongs and 2 pairs of crocs. (I live next to the beach).

    I have a big plastic storage tub with all my shoes in the base of my wardrobe.

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    I used to own 42 pairs of shoes with only 4 pairs of flats (2sneakers and 2 ballet flats) pre kids and DINKS. Now I have 25 pairs, 3x boots, 1x sneakers, 15x heels and 6 pairs of flats. Sigh.

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    23rd June – Kids crafts / artwork / schoolwork
    Sort through the art and craft stuff you have. Decide what important works your children have completed that needs to be saved. For the creations you don’t have space for … take a photo of them, and you can keep the memory without the dust. (if your child is a crafty type, print the photo’s for an art gallery/photo album)

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    Quote Originally Posted by BH-KatiesMum View Post
    Did You Know …
    According to a poll conducted by ShopSmart Magazine, the average woman owns 19 pairs of shoes, and one-third of women have a hard time finding a place to put them all. So – ‘fess up now, how many do you own?
    After donating about 20 pairs when I cleaned out the wardrobe, I now have 15.
    1x joggers
    1x thongs
    2x work flats
    3x boots
    8x heels

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    Quote Originally Posted by BH-KatiesMum View Post
    23rd June – Kids crafts / artwork / schoolwork
    Sort through the art and craft stuff you have. Decide what important works your children have completed that needs to be saved. For the creations you don’t have space for … take a photo of them, and you can keep the memory without the dust. (if your child is a crafty type, print the photo’s for an art gallery/photo album)
    I love the idea of taking photos of artwork. I've done this with some other kind of sentimental items that I felt really bad for throwing away but really didn't want cluttering up the house any more.

    Me - 30, Dh - 38 ttc #1 since June 2011
    natural bfp June 2012 - mc 5.5 weeks; 5 cycles clomid; 2 unsuccessful ivf.

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    I take photos of loads of stuff.

    especially if its not just a drawing or painting, but a robot, or a craft item, seashells in a box ... all kinds of stuff.

    If it doesnt fit flat in my file, we dont keep it. into the photo file it goes

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    24th June - toys

    Time to clear out the toy cupboard. Anything unused, broken or grown out of to get tossed, donated or handed down. If this is a big job - just do a little part of it. Remember this is a 20 minute challenge, so if it's going to take more than that, just do a small part of it.

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    I have been having some issues with my computer - so have been posting from my phone.

    Which means I havent been able to add the wonderful blog posts that BH-Editor has been doing to go along with these challenges.

    Check some of them out

    Fabulous tips to declutter your children’s bedroom and toy collection

    12 great ideas for storing your child’s artwork

    Make a paper necklace from your child’s artwork

    Fabulous tips to declutter your children’s bedroom and toy collection

    How to clean and organise your bath toys

    thanks so much @BH-editor . These are fantastic


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    Quote Originally Posted by BH-KatiesMum View Post
    I have been having some issues with my computer - so have been posting from my phone.

    Which means I havent been able to add the wonderful blog posts that BH-Editor has been doing to go along with these challenges.

    Check some of them out

    Fabulous tips to declutter your children’s bedroom and toy collection


    12 great ideas for storing your child’s artwork


    Make a paper necklace from your child’s artwork


    Fabulous tips to declutter your children’s bedroom and toy collection


    How to clean and organise your bath toys



    thanks so much @BH-editor . These are fantastic

    No worries! I've just been through a bit of a declutter after moving house at the end of last year. I love a good declutter. Clears the cobwebs from my mind as well as my house!!

    Even a good 'virtual' declutter can bring the calm. Deleted a heap of old emails last night (and replied to a few I've neglected). Next I'll sort out my photos ... big job that one!


 

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