The process continues. The volume is down this batch, but the clutter clean-out continues!
Recycle: As I was going through my dresser for the clothing review, I found 11 pages of notes (from multiple years) re the kids Christmas presents.
Fabric Recycling: During the same activity I found two headbands that were over the hill.
Trash: I went back to the stash closet for ten random party items, including one bag of moldy homemade playdough that had been sent home from preschool. Yuck!
Recycling: I also found one old goody bag and three sets of toy instructions.
This closet still has a long way to go, but the kids are home for April vacation so I’ll need to switch gears for a week or so.
Donate: The three shirts on the left are in great shape, they just don’t fit me correctly anymore.
Fabric Recycling: The red shirt has stains; if you look closely you can see them in the picture. The swimsuit’s elastic is shot. The sock lost its mate to a hole.
Trash: I finally got around to entering a big batch of Pampers’ points so nine bags can go.
Recycle: The kids are not going to care if I part with their school worksheets. So, 16 of them went in the recycling.
Recycle: Seventeen more papers joined the pile.
Recycle: The kids cleaned their rooms today. I didn’t expect them to want to part with much, but they did add a bunch of scrap paper, as well as the box and tube on the right to the collection.
Fabric Recycling: I’ve had the replacement pillowcase for a while as this one had split open.
Trash: There is a plastic circle the boys found, an old gift card, and a pack of fabric swatches that we never did end up buying furniture with.