Friday, August 1, 2008

The Challenge Begins!!

Wahoo, the challenge starts today!!! This is my 1/2 bath. I think you can see that there are more than 7 items that need to be decluttered here! lol. I have taken the pile of magazines this morning and .... whoosh... into the recycle. ( And that is not easy for me.. I seem to think I need to save magazines!!!) My plan? Have my hubby put up 2 corner shelves to get the hog collection off the counter and up and away where they will be displayed but not cluttering the counter. And then, finding homes for the other items and establishing that home!!!
So are you up for the challenge? All you need to do is declutter one item a day for the month of August! Please Check out the Organising Queen for the rules!


Diane said...

Hi I love your blog too and will definitely be back. I work as an educational assistant in the schools and work with lots of angels like yours.
I also have a beautiful daughter named Angel too.
Good luck decluttering.

Ginger said...

Posted a easy one Messy drawer .What was funny about getting that picture taken my hubby said lol Oh know your not showing messy stuff from our home but ya know what im and were going to fix a few things lol No kidding sure didnt think he mind lol hugs ginger

Marcia said...

Hey Marcia

awesome!!! I can't wait to see it all.

BTW, when you get time, go into your blogger profile and tick that box that says "show email address". That will mean i can reply straight back to you when I get your comments so it will be quicker!!!

Kim's Mom said...

Oh dear! When I saw the picture I thought it was an "after" picture! LOL I really do need help!

I do like your idea of the shelf for decorative items. Since we're basically trying to remodel our whole house maybe I'll get some ideas from you for integrating to make our lives easier ;-)

The Apron Queen said...

Great tackle! Yea for de-cluttering! I'm tackling virtual clutter. I'm de-cluttering my blog & store. Pop over for a look.

Confessions of an Apron Queen

Muthering Heights said...

That sounds like a great project!