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If you're new here, you'll be wanting to check out our brand spanking new 2016 planner collection for life + biz! Leonie Dawson is a celebrated soul-centered life + business teacher, best-selling author and passionate philanthropist. Leonie has been recognised for her business acumen by being a top 6 finalist in MyBusiness Award for Australian Business Woman of the Year, and a finalist in Ausmumpreneur of the Year Award. Leonie lives in the alpine mountains of Canberra, Australia with her hunky husband and their two mermaid daughters. Posted by Granite Media on December 19, 2011 in Best Children's Nonfiction, Best Picture Books, Elem. March 10, 2016 · Best Chapter Books, Best New Books, Book Reviews, Chapter Books, Elem. Colleen started her one thing a day quest in January 2010, and almost a thousand things have left our lives over the last three years. I grabbed a few items that had been earmarked for removal, rummaged through the cupboards and drawers, and found about forty things that had so far escaped Colleen’s decluttering zeal. OK, that’s a start but were can I find another sixty things that we no longer love or need? Although I am 100 percent behind Colleen’s quest, I have procrastinated over every one of my personal items that left our home over the years. A lot of these items should have gone a long time ago; Windows software (we are an all Apple house now), broken watch (a present) and numerous excess tools and knick knacks that have haunted my spaces for years.
It felt good to met the Reverse 100 Things Challenge, and it has helped me to focus on the important parts of my life; my family, travel, motorcycles and work. When the time comes to replace any of the appliances in your home choose energyefficient  and or water efficient models. Continue reading with these posts:One in one out I don't think I have ever dedicated a post to the practice of one in one out. I Jennifer L, on reflection I think that may well be how decluttering has happened around here over the last 3 years. Looking at this particular collection of stuff makes me realize even more that a huge part of my problem is stuff that isn’t mine. How clever of you Judy to recognise that there isn’t much among that 100 things that I am responsible for.
After reading Colleens blogpost from yesturday (I read it this morning) I decided to do a little reverse100 things challenge myself to get the decluttering back on track. I think it’s a great way to kickstart the decluttering gear again after having it sitt idle for so long! As we were moving furniture to put the tree up this weekend, my husband found some old hockey ticket folders that he had kept for who knows why and tossed them. It was so interesting to read what your husband said about the two different approaches to decluttering!
Just the other day I commented to my daughter that sometimes I feel I have decluttering angel on one shoulder and a decluttering devil on the other shoulder. Personally I am a mix of slow, regular decluttering and fast, mass exodus style declutterings. I am reading this at work but was immediately able to get rid of something – the free-from-some-company mug that holds my spare pens!


Speaking for myself, once I got over the initial guilt hurdle & stopped bemoaning about the sunk costs only then did my decluttering get kicked into high gear. Sure I could have taken it a heck of a lot slower than I did, & sure, I could have had it done months ago. For those who are talking about books, I have one more challenging thing about getting rid of them: they are just SO nice to use for altered books, art journals, even making those wreaths from book pages that are so popular now. My parents taught me well to make, mend, mingle and manage so being frugal, friendly and fun loving would describe me fairly well. Content on third-party sites are the responsibility of their owners and not 365 Less Things. 365 Less Things is my story and the lessons I am learning along the way, please use your own discretion as to what works for you. Es un llibre d’aquests per mirar i remirar, ja que conte detalls divertits, i sorprenents, enginyosos i originals. Over the past 11 years she has taught hundreds of thousands of women how to have more spirited lives and abundant businesses through her books + online training academy. An interesting challenge that I immediately forgot about until it reappeared in my Flipboard feed yesterday.
Now I found myself on a mission to complete the challenge but I only had 24 hours to finish it. Some of that clutter had followed me all over the world for 33 years, and I felt comfortable with them sitting on shelves or more often in boxes.
The shelves of books displayed in our living area showed the world I am well read and educated, and my collections reflected the diversity of my interests.
My professional training enables me to analyse complex situations and continually adjust the variables to achieve our objectives; the response time to a problem is measured in minutes and often seconds. A couple of hours latter I had a small mountain of stuff sitting in the donation pile, over 100 items ready for a new home. Most of them will go to the Thrift Store, a very few went into the bin and the easel will be offered to a young artist but none of them will be missed by me.
Now if I can just convince Colleen to reduce everything to fit into one carry-on bag each then we can start vagabonding across the world. In the photo above you can see a baseball park giveaway, a coffee mug from an aeroplane manufacturer, various toiletry items from a recent international flight and a souvenir from a foreign military establishment. However, I totally love Steves way also because of the instant gratification of getting so much stuff out of the house.
Perhaps in February I might challenge Steve to another 100 thing challenge and see what else he can round up. I try to do the one item a day at least but sometimes I get on a roll and lots of things are sent on their way. I have a prettier mug that I much prefer but don’t drink out of any more, so it is now my pen holder and the freebie has joined the communal mugs in the kitchen.
I’m a declutterer from way back, and my husband is finally starting to get on board too–yay!
I am a forty something year old mother of two grown children and in my third decade of being wife to my darling hubby. I es que quan un crio es molt petit i comenca a aprendre els numeros crec que aquest tipus de contes els fascina.


Es un conte per comptar, pero per compatr grans xifres, i es que en cada plana de dues pagines hi ha un centenar d’elements, ja siguin ratolins, elefants, talps, gats, peixos, ocells o fins i tot formigues. Sending them to new homes, or to my horror the trash, never came easy to me and I looked at each item a dozen times before it made the cut. To give up many or any of these items meant giving up a part of own psyche, my being and my raison d’etre.
Give me a week to make a decision and I research, ponder and just plain old procrastinate until you demand the answer. Some of these have been around for quite a some time while others have infiltrated my clutter defences just recently. When I told a friend this weekend that we are planning to put our house on the market early in the New Year and downsize she said she would love to do that but she and her husband had so much stuff she couldn’t even think of it. That’s often a sticking point for me in trying to decide whether to declutter something.
They were mine, but some of them I read but did not like, some I had just because I might read them someday or might need for consult one day (these ones were work related, but I don’t work in the area they approach and never will) and last were books that are outdated and therefore useless for consult and only useful for research if I ever need it(also work related), but I can get any of them at the library or even online, if the day comes I need them. I love traveling, art and craft, spending time with friends and family and volunteering my time to help others.
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With less than a day to complete the challenge I did not have time to worry and my process became ruthlessly efficient.
I took the opportunity to talk about how I had decluttered using Colleen’s blog as inspiration.
And my shelves are still full… It is not easy to part with the books, because as Steve put it, they are part of our persona, part of who we built ourselves to be, or imagine being.
Nick and all related titles, logos and charactersare trademarks of Viacom International Inc.×No results found, showing results for Sorry, no results found! Except with craft supplies it would probably not be hard to rustle up 100 tiny little bits and pieces to get rid of there. She was intrigued because my friend thinks my home has always been quite minimalist – she has never seen inside the (too many) closets we have in our home! I am a true procrastinator, because if I have two months to do something, I will do it in the last two days. Hopefully she is now reading your wise words and she and her husband have two approaches to decluttering as they begin their journey to serenity. So Colleen’s aproach works for me on my sentimental itens and the deadline aproach works on procrastination clutter.
Like you are travelling on a train, and you look out the window, and there’s another ding dang castle on a nearby hill, just minding its own business, nothing special to see here, ya know?



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