I would like to believe we all have a place where we stuff crap. Please tell me you do too. Under the bed, in the drawer, the garage, somebody? Anyone willing to make me feel better? Maybe you're all neat freaks. Whatever. I am about to make a major social faux pas. I am showing you the closet. *gasp*
Then you can truly understand why Organize the Hall Closet has to be put on a bucket list.
It is full of random crap no one touches. Yet we can not get rid of anything.
Let's start with this bag of screws. That's it. Random crap no one touches.
How about my old college textbooks?
In a box with a PCS sticker from our move 2 years ago.
Am I the only person who believes I will A.) re-read my college textbooks or B.) get a job where the books will be good reference material *ha-ha-ha-ha-HA*
Time to go.
Empty boxes anyone? This one is hard because if boxes are helpful when you are moving, especially with military movers. OK, boxes stay.
Kids Art Work.
I need a storage unit just for my children's art work.
I hate deciding what is worthy of keeping and what should go.
What about VHS tapes and other outdated media?
Am I really suppose to throw away all those memories?
Revisiting the closet reminds me to avoid sales.
Wouldn't these make cute little "Happy Day" gifts?
I thought so too. Six months ago.
Then I have uniforms to deal with.
And books I've read.
And you all know I'm going to have a Target bag or three in my closet.
Time for an intervention.