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As promised, here are all the posts marked “failures.”
Posts from today’s podcast:
The Head Explosion Rule
Watching Normal People Clean
” Part 2
Drowning in Clutter? (Don’t Grab a Floatie . . . Drain the Ocean!) – my e-book!
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That cotton that comes out of the pill bottles… I might be able to use that…
yes, totally worth paying to have someone transfer vhs to dvd. i did it at a video place in town but i have heard costco and sams and maybe target? does it. $15/ ea or $20/ ea i think at costco. i did some of my grandparents and our wedding video.
Thank you for the input! I just saw it in the Costco book for this month!
This is brilliant. You are brilliant, and I am so glad I found your site. I totally suffer from Head Explosion syndrome. I am almost threw up the other day trying to decide whether to keep a pair of stained pants that hardly fit…but they are good for cleaning and their lightweight for summer..but I’m trying to declutter and they’re stained…but I’ll ruin other pants if I use those for cleaning…but all you do is clean and nothing is ever clean because of all that clutter: i.e. Head Explosion.
Now I have a new problem. Trying to decide whether or not to obey your Head Explosion rule is making my Head Explode. 🙂
You mentioned your favorite shirt getting a hole on the front at the waist- that happens to me too! I noticed that the holes are right where the edge of the seatbelt rubs my shirt whenever I turn my waist. I think thats what causes it. I dont get those holes anymore now that I am home almost everyday, but I got them alot (and my sisters too) when I was driving to work everyday.
Hmmmm. I decided it was a certain belt, but I bet you’re right that it was probably a combo of the belt and the seatbelt!
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