Minimalist Challenge Day 5

Five items for day 5:

Odds and ends–a dot to dot book, a deviled egg dish, an art book, a bottle for oils, and a cosmetics bag. The only thing these items have in common is that they must go.

I’m always baffled by the items I’ve thought worthy of purchasing. That egg dish is ugly beyond imagining, but it was on clearance. The oils bottle might’ve been a gift. I’m fairly certain I bought the art book at a thrift shop, along with the cosmetics bag. I have nary a clue about the dot to dot book. Truly, a mind boggler.

I’m feeling lighter by the day.

Peace, people!

Author: nananoyz

I'm a semi-retired crazy person with one husband and two cats.

21 thoughts on “Minimalist Challenge Day 5”

    1. It’s a bit of both. Most of these things are hiding in plain sight, but I’ve kept them in case…. In case I have a moment of inspiration, in case the grandkids come and are bored (they MIGHT come once a year), in case I have to entertain (I NEVER entertain.) So now I’m looking at stuff with new eyes.


      1. That’s interesting. This process is really making you question, not only what you keep, but why you’ve hung onto them.

        In a previous post, you were pondering whether you should even share this process. I’m glad you are.

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      2. Are you kidding me? It’s only going to get better! Plus, I’m waiting for you to admit that you’re sorry you didn’t count each individual pencil (that’s the evil in me).

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    2. You’re right …not counting each individual pencil was a decision that just doesn’t add up. And you’re right again, as the days go by, this exercise can only get more egg dish exciting… big fun.


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