The 40 Bags in 40 Days Challenge is March 5th-April 19th. You can get details for the Challenge at http://www.whitehouseblackshutters.com/40-bags-in-40-days-2014/
I'm using 40 grocery size bags for my purge. There is no way I could fill up 40 large bags or even close to it after all the purging I have done over the last year with my Clutter Busting Challenge.
I have a laundry hamper were I store my purge until I load my car for donation. I have a cardboard boxes for paper so that I can take it to my local recycling dumpster.
I have a collection of cleaning supplies. I don't use most of them and have had them for several years. I use dish soap for most of my cleaning jobs. I have other products for the laundry and the bathroom. I am keeping them until I finish using them since there is no point to being wasteful.
I drop off my donations every Friday on my Errand Day to a local Clothes Closet that gives everything away for free. In order for this to work I have to be very careful about any new purchases and make sure that I really need it. There will always be purging to do. The number one benefit of doing a purge project once you experience how good your house feels you’ll never want to go back to having too much stuff! When I reach my goal I hope to move my unwanted items out without letting them build up. I will maintain by doing a purge every Spring and Autumn when I do my detailed cleaning.
I’m clearing out the clutter to make more room for God and I mean it literally!
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