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    2nd June – Pantry
    Go through your pantry/food cupboard. Clear out, throw out expired stuff, wipe down shelves and re-organise.

    If you (like me) get pantry moths from time to time … wipe shelves with white vinegar. Bay leaves also repel pantry moths, so a leaf or two in your pantry will work really well. Keep your food in airtight plastic or glass containers.

    Use masking tape to label containers. Easy to write on, and easy to remove later.

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    Finished plastics draw - I tried to add the picture to my first post but couldn't.

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    I just had a look at the pantry....that may take more than a day! :-)

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    So I went a bit nuts this morning and just dropped a car load of stuff at life line, including 2 bags of clothes, 10 pairs of shoes, 2 boxes of cds, 4 different sets of glasses, serving platters I've never used, 2 blankets, a Tupperware soup & gravy insulated bowl set, 2 cook books, plus another box of random knick knacks.

    My inlaws have also claimed the old queen bed that's stored in our garage and the clothes dryer that we don't use.

    Phew! The crazy thing is, we have removed so much stuff from our house and we won't even notice that it's gone.

    On to the pantry!

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    I started easy, finally the floor is free of toys!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by phee83 View Post
    So I went a bit nuts this morning and just dropped a car load of stuff at life line, including 2 bags of clothes, 10 pairs of shoes, 2 boxes of cds, 4 different sets of glasses, serving platters I've never used, 2 blankets, a Tupperware soup & gravy insulated bowl set, 2 cook books, plus another box of random knick knacks.

    My inlaws have also claimed the old queen bed that's stored in our garage and the clothes dryer that we don't use.

    Phew! The crazy thing is, we have removed so much stuff from our house and we won't even notice that it's gone.

    On to the pantry!

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    natural bfp June 2012 - mc 5.5 weeks; 5 cycles clomid; 2 unsuccessful ivf.
    Wow great job. You did go nuts

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    Quote Originally Posted by wobbleyhorse View Post
    Finished plastics draw - I tried to add the picture to my first post but couldn't.

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    I just had a look at the pantry....that may take more than a day! :-)
    Great job! Looks great

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    2 giant garbage bags of clothes gone for hubby to deliver to bunnies in the morning. About to sorts through DD's outgrown clothes and list on BSS- we could use a little extra cash

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    Pantry was a success! I didn't realise how dirty the shelves actually were!1401605644927.jpg

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    I didnt do anything today because I spent yhw first half in bed with a migraine, went out for a bit now im back im bed...but I did my kitchen the other day so I'll use that as my start...

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