Sunday, July 27, 2014

Day 208 - 209

This weekend's declutter: already upcycled felted slippers (blogged here), 
now totally worn out (no photo).

Thank you and Goodbye!

Friday, July 25, 2014

Day 203-207: A Week of Little Decluttering Here and There

Bike kid's seat cushioning, 6 years old, only used at the beginning
(had to go, because of soaking up rain and being hard to dry)


kids' bracelet, what for?

 the second pair of broken shades for me this summer,
got decluttered right where they fell down,
at the store:

card torn apart at Mama & Baby Yoga class:

and then the whole stack had to go
to paper recycling:

Thank you and Goodbye!

Sunday, July 20, 2014

Day 196-202: A Long Bed

This decluttered thing is the one, 
that earned us the most money of this decluttering year (so far).
So it can cover the whole week.

This is the bed frame of an extra long bed we had when we lived in Cologne
and that has been standing unscrewed and taken apart 
at my mother-in-laws house since 2009.

Now we sold it.
230 €.

Thank you and Goodbye!

Sunday, July 13, 2014

Day 192-195: Finale, oh-oh!

The last round of German vintage soccer autographs,
Hubby put up for sale on ebay:

And tonight,
world cup or Goodbye?

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Day 191: Little Boxes

These boxes are smaller then they look in the photo:

They were part of a kids shopping basket for playing
and Carolina has done her shopping properly.

Thank you and Goodbye!
Paper recycling.

Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Day 188-190: Semi-Final

Hubby sold some more vintage soccer autographs:

Let's see what happens tonight in Brazil.

Saturday, July 5, 2014

Day 187: Fully Blown

... Hubby's blow dryer has drawn its last breath.

Thank you and Goodbye!

Friday, July 4, 2014

Day 183-186: Hello Summer!

With day 183 starts the second half of my year of decluttering, where I want to do more deep cleaning and dig deeper into cupboards, closets, drawers and the basement.

Clara and I went through her wardrobe and found these four pieces from last summer, that are a) too small now and b) full of non-removable stains from Sri Lanka.

Maybe the old clothing collection wants to shred them.

Thank you and Goodbye!