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100 Days of Decluttering

100 Days of Decluttering

Back in January I watched a Netflix documentary on minimalism. I don't think I'm ever going to manage that, but it did inspire me to start a challenge to get rid of something every day for a hundred days. And then sort through the remaining items!

Some of this we sold, some we gave away, some was recycled - and some just went straight in the bin.

There is still too much stuff in our house, but three months later I feel like it is a lot calmer and a lot more organised than it was. By reducing the amount of things we own, it can be stored much more neatly and everything just looks way less stress inducing.


★ Socks and pyjamas.
★ Towels.
★ Spare doll house furniture and accessories.
★ Lightshade.
★ Star Wars figures.
★ Marianna's pyjamas.
★ Marianna's clothing.
★ Office chair.
★ Fisher Price Little People.
★ Lego.
★ Marianna's outgrown shoes.
★ Unwanted Re-ment sets.
★ Doll shoes.
★ Containers.
★ Tins.
★ Cutlery.
★ Cloths.
★ Miniature food. 
★ Cards.
★ Badges.
★ Necklaces.
★ Stationery.
★ Perfume.
★ Hair stuff.
★ Cups / Mugs.
★ Glasses.
★ Plates.
★ Canisters.
★ Carrier bags.
★ Soap / Shower gel.
★ Medicine box.


★ Lipsticks.
★ Eyeshadow.
★ Eyeliners.
★ Blush / bronzer.
★ Books.
★ Doll clothes.
★ ID Pants.
★ Stickle Bricks.
★ Playmobil.
★ Marianna's books.
★ Stickers.
★ Pens.
★ Notebooks.
★ Shoes.
★ Clothes.
★ Rings.
★ Bracelets.
★ Receipts.
★ Cables / leads.
★ Foundation.
★ Powder.
★ Sample sachets.
★ Batteries.
★ Glue.
★ Envelopes.
★ Tape.
★ CDs.
★ DVDs.
★ Scissors.
★ Buttons, etc.

★ Toy Story figures.
★ Slime, etc.
★ Nail polish.
★ Rug.
★ Folders.
★ A4 folder pockets.
★ Wrapping paper.
★ Gift tags.
★ Postcards.
★ Postage / packaging stuff.
★ Beads / cabochons.
★ Earrings.
★ Belts.
★ Hats / gloves / scarves.
★ Glasses.
★ Tights.
★ Dress up clothes.
★ Stamps.
★ Elastics.
★ Boxes.
★ Chair.
★ Table.
★ TV stand.
★ Craft materials.
★ Craft paper.
★ Coasters.
★ Disney Princess figures.
★ Cards.
★ Curtains.
★ Tea towels.

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