Thursday, November 10, 2011

My Friend Debbie is Tossing Lotsa Stuff!

My friend Debbie has decided to pare down the "stuff" in her house. In a simple one hundred (100) days. One hundred days of tossing out "stuff". Lotsa stuff. Weird kinds of stuff. Perfectly good stuff. Brave soul, that Debbie.

Debbie is currently on Day 23. And today's "stuff" includes linens. Lotsa linens.

Read more at her blog here. Be sure to tell her what "stuff" you are cleaning out of YOUR house these days.

And, hey! Tell her I sent ya.



Debbie said...

Oh thank you for the shout out!!. And today is some books...which is a really hard thing for me let me tell you!

Jennifer Dougan said...


We have had to pare down too since our house is on the market. Phew! Lots of work.

Good job to Debbie for starting now. :)

Jennifer Dougan

Debby said...

Hard work indeed. Good job Debbie. I think you should come to my house. Which you will recognize by the steady stream of stuff rushing out the front door. And the back door. And the garage doors. And the basement door. We have not resorted to throwing it out the window. Yet.

Servivorgirl said...

It always feels good to clean out the clutter and even the non-clutter. Keeps energy moving, it's a good thing. 100 days, wow!

Nancy said...

Well, this sounds like a good idea, but I wouldn't quite dare do it for 100 days! I'd have to start smaller...Hubby and I have been talking about this for quite some time. Maybe it would make a good New Year's resolution?? Something to think about there.

Debra said...

Hello my friend! Just wanted to wish you a lovely Thanksgiving. Got caught up here-thank you for the ovarian cancer post.

Love you,

Bill said...

Happy Thanksgiving, Whitestone!

From Wasilla.

Relyn said...

The meal has been eaten.
The kitchen is clean.
The leftovers are stashed.
The walk has been taken.
Everyone is happy and fed and blessed.
Now I have the time to stop by.
On this Thanksgiving Day, I wanted to tell you that I am thankful for you; for this blog; for connections that blogging brings. Sending you much love, Relyn