Maybe I'm getting back on the decluttering bandwagon???
More than ten things today but mostly papers.
Your comments about the letter jacket were fun to read yesterday.
I was surprised a little that most of you were in favor of keeping it but I will have to say that it is in the donation box as we speak.
I don't disagree with any of your comments but I don't have a good place to store it and I just don't feel like having it take up room.
So onto today . . .
a Rich Mullins cd that I accidentally bought a duplicate of at my mother-in-law, sisters-in-law and my favorite thrift store in Pittsburgh in December. I couldn't remember if I had it on cd or if I had just had the old school cassette tape and it was really cheap so I bought it but then I checked itunes when I got home and it was already in there, so I've got a duplicate. I hate to say this isn't the first time I've done this with a cd purchase.
The Heloise from A to Z book.
I am a tiny bit on the fence about this but really, will I look at it or just look up anything I want to know on the internet? Would my kids enjoy looking through it and reading it one day in the future like I used to like to do with a similar book of my mom's growing up?
Lots of random paper clutter . . .
I had a file folder titled "things to do in and around Dallas". Well, we don't live there anymore and I have a wiki now (and pinterest) where I store information. The folder will get recycled into the office supplies drawer to be used sometime when I need a file folder.
Found my OLD American Airlines frequent flier numbers/info in another folder . . . trash . . .
various magazine pages and flylady printouts
the instructions for logging into our substitute teacher request system from when I used to teach
a poem I wrote in high school that is not meaningful to me at all
duplicate and outdated church directories
and a random print out lying on the counter about car maintenance