19th June – Clothes Cupboards – Part I
Today is yours and your partners. We have a 2 year rule in my house .. anything that has not been worn in 2 years is tossed. (This obviously doesn’t apply to my clothes, only DH’s :lol ). If you are squeezed for space, some vacuum space bags are a great investment. Tiered coathangers are also a great space saver.
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18-06-2014 08:19 #361
18-06-2014 08:25 #362
And remember to donate any you dont want but is still in good condition! We sorted our clothes before we moved & got 10 bags worth to donate! Still need to unpack most of our clothes
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18-06-2014 09:07 #363
Oh no, this is probably my most dreaded task. I'll *try* to get it done tomorrow when the boys are at school/daycare
18-06-2014 17:28 #364
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18-06-2014 20:16 #366
Wardrobe is done, chucked a couple of bags, donated a lot of bags, and put a few things that I love that just don't quite fit into a space bag.
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natural bfp June 2012 - mc 5.5 weeks; 5 cycles clomid; 2 unsuccessful ivf.
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18-06-2014 21:07 #367
I did our clothes a couple of weeks ago so today's task for me was the playroom. Chucked a heap of toys that the kids don't play with and rearranged to try and make it more functional. Also sorted the kids craft cupboard
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The craft cupboard
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19-06-2014 08:37 #368
20th June – Clothes Cupboards – part II
Kids !!! Bag up for storage/donation/friends any clothes that don’t fit. Put away all the summer stuff if you haven’t already. Reorganise whatever you can … it will only last a day before the kids trash it again … but for that 1 day it will be lovely.
19-06-2014 09:26 #369
Wardrobe done! I packed maternity clothes away in a space bag and filled a big rubbish bag for the op-shop. A couple of weeks ago I started organising the bottom of the wardrobe by getting some cheap stackable plastic shoe boxes ($5 for a pack of 2 from the reject shop). My couple of pairs of good heels are in these, plus belts in another and scarves in another.
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19-06-2014 11:07 #370
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