Friday, March 14, 2014

A No Sew Week

I can't remember the last time I've gone a week without sewing a stitch. And I'm perfectly OK with that because I've been all about this.
Image from http://orgjunkie.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/simplify-compressed.jpg
I'm happily hooked on clearing out closets, drawers, cupboards and all of the hidden clutter spots in my home. I think my Olympic Organizathon really kick started me into the next gear of my year long plan to simplify my home one area a month. Being an all or nothing kind of person I'm going to go with the flow and get 'er done while the getting is good!
Image from http://www.onetoughmotherrunner.com/organizing-your-running-gear/
So until this addiction flames out or I've hit the last spot on my list I won't have much to blog about. Could be tomorrow... could be a few more weeks. No worries.

14 comments:

  1. Good luck keeping motivated!

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  2. I keep admiring the motivation - good for you! Very smart to just keep at it while that motivation is still working. I was hoping to tackle some of my basement storage area this weekend, but now we'll have company. Granddaughter trumps cleaning - new excuse. :-)

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  3. What?? I thought organizing was 99% pretty boxes and 1% motivation! ;)

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  4. You're my hero. That's all I can say. Such will power to ignore the call of all that beautiful fabric and organized sewing room for the sake of the greater good...an organized house. Wow.

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  5. A clutter free home just feels so good. I basically did this same thing a few years ago when I got tired of dusting. The only room that I struggle with is my sewing room and I hope to change that once we move and I get to set up a new room to keep my stuff in.

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  6. You're certainly on a roll with organising! Good luck with getting everything done that you want to :)

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  7. Get while the gettin is good as my FIL would say. I hope it kicks in at my house soon!

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  8. Spent the other day cleaning out the craft room in preperation of sewing, but ended up not stitching a thing. It's like that sometimes.

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  9. Take advantage of the motivation while it's alive and kicking. Good for you!

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  10. You can always blog about the antics of Tucker and Elsa. I love seeing their cute kitty faces.

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  11. I am glad you are enjoying this productive time. Keep it up. I thought of you when I did some reorganizing in my quilting closet.

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  12. We are all spoiled by your creative bursts that provide us all with gorgeous eye candy. Now you are taking a bit of time to regroup and reorganize, so you deserve all our support!

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  13. Hello Deb Quilts! I saw your name on the 40 Bags in 40 Days FB page and just had to look a fellow quilter up! Love your blog! You are doing much better at organizing than me. But I'm claiming 3 surgeries in three months for three family members as part of the hold up. Plus Daughter #2 is using our guest room as her pre-wedding storage area. One bag at a time!
    http://schutt.net/sharon/

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  14. I find it so fun to look back at where my quilting started. Mine was with a log cabin banner. I was so proud, but when I look at it now I laugh.

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