The rules are simple, you get rid of things from your life, either by selling them, throwing them away, or donating them. On the first day, you remove one item, and then on the second day, you remove two items, you keep on playing until it’s the end of the month, or whenever you run out of things to remove from your life. It is okay if you can’t make it until the end of the month. Personally, I would rather see items get donated, or sold to someone else. If you must throw something away, I hope it’s because it isn’t fixable. Even if you have removed three items from your life, you should still be proud of that, because it is three more things you removed before the challenge. But if you are able to complete this challenge, you would have gotten rid of almost 500 items! That’s a lot of stuff.
If you are participating, I would love to know what you are parting with, feel free to let me know in the comments. This is such a fun way to welcome Spring cleaning.
This is from Wednesday March 17th.
I had parted ways with a lot of clothes that I haven’t worn in a really long time. It is best for me to pass them on to someone who will enjoy these items than I ever did. I like to give them to my Grandma, because she knows a lot of people and neighbours that always need clothes. I feel fortunate enough to be able to help others.
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Quite an interesting way to get rid of things we don’t need.
However, It’s always good to provide it to someone needy.
I’ll be starting with my old backpack, 2-3 novels, basketball, hoodie & the flower pot which I made myself.
That’s the most I think to get rid of right now! It seems I’ll have to think more haha.
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Thank you! I remember my Grandma telling me that one of her neighbour’s husband passed away, and she didn’t have a lot of money to go out and buy more clothes. I was happy that she was able to have my old clothes. I felt proud of being able to help her.
And that’s an awesome start! I love removing things from my life that I no longer use. It helps me to clear the way for me to see what I actually enjoy and use. To me, it’s better to let things go, instead of waiting for some day to use or wear something that is just collecting dust.
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