It is week #9 over at:
Laura spoke about what is our “good enough” for our homes. Go check out the rest of what she has to say about the subject.
1. Do you know what your “good enough” is? I have different levels of “good enough”. For the main floor I like it to be clutter free, clear surfaces, basically ready for visitors at any time. The kid’s rooms I have learned to close the door. But I do expect them to keep it sanitary (no food experiments, bathrooms clean…)
2. What did you organize this week? This week I cleaned our game closet. I more or less took out all the outgrown games. They are going to families that still have little kiddos. We still have a ton of puzzles, but I think when we are true empty nesters we will be doing them a lot more.
3. Are there areas you are struggling with in this challenge? N/A
We are trying to downsize so we can move to
a smaller home someday. So this week I hit the game closet.
|We are addicted to PUZZES!|
I took out all the games that are no longer used.
I plan to give these to families with younger children.
Now it looks like this:
I kept a few toys incase a family with young kids stop by.
So basically it left us with all our puzzles.
We go in phases on how much we do them.
I may widdle that collection down again before we move.
The next thing I finished this week is
doing something with these.
I spray painted them all black.
I ordered some of my favorite flower pictures.
( I love taking pictures of flowers!)
I found some cheap mats and made some of my own.
I needed some glass too.
So I went to ACE Hardware and they
cut me some pieces for real cheap!
I put them into our guest room.
I think they look great.