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    Depends on what I'm de-cluttering and if I can do it on my own. If it's something I can do on my own then its ok but if it's something I need one of my DD's for then it's torture!

    I de-cluttered DD2's clothes and shoes etc yesterday. I had to after she got dressed and we went out and she decided the top she had on was too big (even though it wasn't) and spent the first hour with her arms crossed over her chest so noone could see anything. Not that she actually had anything for anyone to see lol. So, I had to buy her a t/shirt and said that's it we are going through your stuff when we get home. It took a very long time and because I needed her to try on a few things or tell me if things fitted it was extremely painful. (She has clothes that her twin has grown out of plus heaps that 2 of my friends gave her)

    So, the actual process of de-cluttering her clothes and shoes was SO painful and definately torture but now that it's done it feels SO good.

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    I love doing it, declutter brings good "feng shui" plus it's another way to have a perfect and valid excuse to do more shopping

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    Just found a 4pack of soft drink that expired in 2010. Oops.

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    Love it! Even better if I'm going somewhere like MOVING into my NEW home...


 

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