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give me a category! i'm supposed to be doing 2010 in 2010 but haven't dumped anything for a month or more. i should also be decluttering in preparation for treasure map time (see spirituality if you are scratching your head). so give me a category of *things* to attack. what's your favorite? what's the easiest? what's the hardest?



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How about my Achilles heel? Paper.

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paper is the easiest for me...toys are the hardest. maybe try kitchen or bathroon drawers??

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Kitchen and basement were the areas I had the most things to get rid of!

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Mismatched socks? Periodically I make myself throw away the ones that have stayed mateless for several weeks (or months).

Do you have any basement or attic storage area? Those areas are always good for TONS of stuff for me.

Have you weeded out all the duplicates in your kitchen? You know, the second (and third) corkscrews, all the peelers, and those kinds of things? Or maybe I'm the only one who has kitchen utensils that seem to multiply?

Bathroom is always good for me. There are always empty pill bottles, gels and hair potions that we've tried and didn't like, all the old toothbrushes that congregate under the sink...
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paper and socks! yeah, that will be a good place to start (or rather, continue).
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