What have we gotten rid of so far in 2012?
I did it. I started sorting the insane amount of clothing we have. Started would be the key word here. It lasted for all of fifteen minutes before Baby T started crying for something. There is only so much you can do in fifteen minutes with a toddler running back and forth across the room and asking you to play with her. That's how everything gets done around here. Now I have a pile of unfinished sorting laying around.
I have a problem, I realized. All my clothing is really nice. Most of it fits very well. The only pieces worthy of donating were those from my teenage days, the ones too short to comfortably cover my mamafied mid-section. I don't wear a lot of the clothes because it isn't the most comfortable for nursing, but I don't want to get rid of it and then have to buy a whole new wardrobe when my nursing career is over. You know what I mean? That's a lot of money right there. The pieces I have are rather classic, not anything that goes out of style.
Slow these two weeks. I've been enjoying the weather outdoors with my kids instead of doing any spring cleaning!
1 broken hanger (trash)
5 mason jars (donated)
as of March 24th
Selling Stuff YTD: made $265
Image: Amy Burton