How did you do this week at saying #GoodByeJunk? Did you get rid of something daily? Did you do enough for the week all at once? How about finding a home for random things? Were you successful at that too?
I had a great week. I got rid of 43 pounds of stuff, added it to the pile from the week before, and drove it all to Goodwill. What a wonderful feeling. So far, I've donated at least 67 pounds of junk. It feels terrific! There are lots more things to work on, so I'm not going to be done anytime soon, but I love the feeling that just doing one thing a day makes me feel successful. And it's so easy I don't even try to avoid it!
By the way, there is a great calculator at GOODWILL online where you can calculate the impact of your donation. I put in the things I rounded up my first week, and it came out to roughly an hour of training per pound. An hour a pound of help for someone else...What a fabulous incentive to declutter!
As far as finding a home for things, I've been doing pretty well at that too. Mostly in my office, where there were a lot of leftover VBS or summer craft things that needed to be put away. I also worked out in the garage a bit, organizing and tossing things in there.
Don't forget to check back on Thursday, when I have another helpful tip scheduled to keep you motivated! If you have anything that's working really well for you, or a tip you'd like to share, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org so I can include it in a future post for everyone. Thanks!
If you're doing the challenge with us, how did YOU do?
Link up to a post you've written about #GoodbyeJunk, or just leave a comment for us so we can encourage you! Don't forget to tell us your Twitter handle so we can encourage you there too. Be sure to tweet me @2BeStill if you haven't already so I can support you! After you link or comment, be sure to stop by and visit some of your fellow GoodbyeJunkers to give them a little support. I'm so proud of how well everyone is doing. Keep up the great work!
Here's this week's GoodbyeJunk Linkup: