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03-06-2015 19:27 #91Senior Member
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04-06-2015 10:28 #92
Day 4 – Laundry Cupboard
Time to clear out the laundry cupboard. Any old or expired chemicals need to be disposed of carefully. Re-organise .. with old plastic containers or if you can, some pretty new ones.
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04-06-2015 11:07 #93
I don't have a laundry cupboard so I'll catch up on what we didn't get done yesterday. I didn't get many of the things on the list done but did a good hour of cleaning.
04-06-2015 12:24 #94
Oh another good one! This sounds achievable. Tbh i looked in the linen cupboard yesterday, straightened up some towels and then thought there were much more efficient ways of using my time! I could have thrown out some worn towels but I want to keep them in case I have another homebirth.
Laundry cupboard could do with a clean though...pretty sure there is some empty containers in there and if I get a chance might clean around the washing machine too (dh has a habit of spilling powder).
04-06-2015 12:26 #95
04-06-2015 13:02 #96
A bit late but i finally got the chance to do the first two callenges. I also eliminated mt washmore and washed the kids blankets and sheets. Between my 6 wk old, toddler and looking after mum who has had a hip replacement it makes these small achievements seem massive.
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04-06-2015 13:38 #97
good work everyone
so we are ready for some more intense stuff then? should I start with the kitchen ones? (*insert evil chuckle here*)
04-06-2015 14:05 #98
Definitely nothing more intense! Haha
I still have to figure out what to do with mount dampmore...pretty proud of myself for bringing it all in before the rain though!
04-06-2015 14:09 #99
Only just saw this!!!! I'm in. Will have to catch up. 😊
04-06-2015 14:16 #100
im not sure if it has been a wise move or not, but I bought a new four tier shelving unit for my wardrobe. the idea is to be able to see what is there and actually get some wear of things that just get shoved to the back and forgotten about. I have new baskets and the new shelves, so now I just have to sort the Cr*p. marie
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