I do not get rid of any stuffed animal my children have named, but anything without a name is fair game. Usually I put them in a trash bag and hide them in a closet for a few weeks. Occasionally my kids have found these bags and hauled all the animals back out (of course, those are instantly the FAVORITE animals!). The system is not foolproof though. My kids have actually gone to the thrift store up the street and bought their animals back ("Look! I used to have an animal just like this!") I've had to pretend to be surprised and keep quiet.
How to Thin Out the Stuffed Animal Collection
|1/15/13 4:36 PM|
I'd love to repackage some of my pantry goods but I never do because I am uncertain what size containers to buy since weight and volume are NOT the same thing. I don't feel up to the trial and error of the process. But I must be the only one stuck on this issue because the recommendation to use clear containers and make these gorgeous pantries is all over the place. If a container isn't made for something specific (like a box of cereal), how do you choose?
New Beginnings: 8 Ways To a Neater, Cleaner, and More Organized Kitchen
|1/3/13 7:23 PM|
We don't have cable any more either. The thing that is killing me now is that I can't watch the Olympics! I only want to watch TV once every four years and the system is just not set up for that.
Weighing the Pros & Cons of Cutting Cable
|8/1/12 8:50 PM|
I like Dill Pickle because I like there to be some contrast between the art and the wall so the art pops out. I also like Spanish Olive. I must confess I did not click the rug link.
Help Me Choose the Right Color:
10 Paint Possibilities
|7/24/12 1:06 PM|