I am loving Project Simplify, and I hope you are too. Not only is it helping me be purposeful in cleaning, organizing, and decluttering my home, it kicking my behind in gear to finish a project each day. Being intentional is such a key in reaching long-term goals. If you missed the first post in this series, click here to catch up. I hope you will join me as we choose one project per day, no matter how small. Since I started in my kitchen last week, I’m going to stay here until I complete the entire room.
Yesterday I posted on the Facebook page that there would be no Project Simplify because I was taking my son for X-rays. You would think since we homeschool, that we wouldn’t have accidents during our school day. However, swinging from your new pull-up bar can be dangerous if you don’t land just right. (We have an American Ninja Warrior in training.) Thankfully, it’s just soft tissue damage, but he’s not happy about being on the injured list since fall baseball started this week. Hopefully, just a week or so in the sling and he will be good as new. It’s the same elbow he had pins in a couple of years ago so it could have been much worse. He refused to smile because he said when you have just gotten hurt you look weird smiling. He’s got a point.
Before: More Kitchen Cabinets
Most of my kitchen cabinets aren’t terrible; mostly they have all just gotten cluttered from things getting placed haphazardly.
After: More Kitchen Cabinets
Even if it wasn’t terrible before, it’s so much better now.
If you’ve missed any of the previous posts in this series, I’ve included links below.
Project Simplify: Homeschool Room Closet
Project Simplify: Homeschool Room & Pantry
Project Simplify: Laundry Room
Project Simplify: Tupperware Cabinet
Project Simplify: Pots & Pans
Project Simplify: Under the Kitchen Sink
Project Simplify: Baking Pan Cabinet