A new week! A new project!
It's Day 22 of the January Decluttering Challenge: It's in the Bag!
Here's the problem: My town (my house) has one main library (the office). It's in a good location, it's organized, and there's a part-time worker, who's mostly attentive to putting stuff back (me). However, the town has satellite libraries. These are mirrored after the original but with less of a budget and less staff. Noone really knows what's stored in these pop-up locations.
Marie Kondo says to find all the paper piles in your house and get them all together to go through them. I'm not sure how to do that exactly when I have paper hidden in non-paper places. (This revelation came to light last night.) So, I'm working on the office/craft room and organizing my paper piles. God-willing, all the cards will be together and all the concert tickets will be in a photobook.
The answer is to shut down the satellite offices. If you have less crap, there is less to go through.
P.S. The pic below isn't terribly messy but I organized folders in the red rack and then totally forgot all about them! Fail.
What's your trouble area? Are you taming it this week? Show us your progress pic.
Recap: Each day this month, fill up one bag (or more) and then remove the bags from your home: garbage, donations, rehomed, etc. Do as little, or as much, as you like for 30 days.