“Once you become aware of what you need, you’ll see recycling opportunities all over.” -- Quinn McDonald.
Oh, yesssss! Absolutely! Now I look at things differently. For example, this month I´m having a look at my kitchen. This is the side of our fridge.
WARNING FOR TRACEY (and other non linear thinkers): darling you may want to skip this picture´s description ;) Go back to reading after the second one.
Ok, then I tell the rest of you that these magnets are ordered geographically North To South. *grin* First the UK ones, then the Argentinian provinces/cities and finally the USA, Brazil and Germany.
This is the front, the practical side. I "cheated" a bit and added all the magnets I could find around the kitchen, even in drawers.
La Fábrica, which is twice a year for the kid´s birthday parties. They have the best cakes! And fresh, delicious sandwiches.
TASK FOR THIS WEEK: Time to magnet declutter!
* First gather all your magnets.
* Ornamental and souvenir magnets get cleaned and displayed.
* Check the shops/deliveries still exist and are relevant
* Read this post for a creative project with magnets. :)
You may go to Quinn McDonald´s post to see more examples of practical recycling for arts and crafts. She also wrote this post about containers.
I´m reading more and more Organizational blogs and choosing my favourites to follow on Facebook too, like A Bowl Full of Lemons and I am an Organizing Junkie. Their style is clear and streamlined, just the way I like it. :D
Here are more posts about organizing your spaces and here some about something practical for storage or crafty for recycling.