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Tuesday, February 24, 2009

***Great Clear the Clutter Spring Giveaway Part 2*** Throw Out Fifty Things Book Giveaway

GIVEAWAY CLOSED

Be sure to enjoy the Book Giveaway Carnival brought to all of us by Tracy at Book Room Review. There will be lots of books to be had. So come on and get in on the fun! I can't wait to discover new blogs and some new books too!

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Category: HOUSE & HOME, SELF-HELP
Format: HARDCOVER BOOK
Publish Date: 3/20/2009
Price: $19.99
ISBN: 9780446505796
Pages: 304
Size: 5" x 7-1/2"


Full Description
"Our lives are so filled with junk from the past-from dried up tubes of glue to old grudges-that it's a wonder we can get up in the morning," exclaims motivator, best-selling author, columnist, and life coach Gail Blanke.

"If you want to grow, you gotta let go," is Blanke's mantra; and that means eliminating all the clutter-physical and emotional-that holds you back, weighs you down, or just makes you feel bad about yourself.

In THROW OUT FIFTY THINGS she takes us through each room of the house-from the attic to the garage-and even to the far reaches of our minds. Through poignant and humorous stories, she inspires us to get rid of the "life plaque" we've allowed to build-up there.






That junk drawer (you know that drawer) in the kitchen? Empty it!

Those old regrets? Throw 'em out!

That make-up from your "old" look? Toss it!

That relationship that depresses you? Dump it!

Once you've hit fifty-you'll be surprised how easy it is to get there-and once you've thrown out that too-tight belt and too-small view of yourself, you'll be ready to step out into the clearing and into the next, and greatest, segment of your life.




I was thinking that before I literally HIT 50, I should learn how to do this. I am a pack rat from way back. I can do it when I have to, but I have noticed that the only times I really do a major overhaul is when I am moving. :) My husband literally got a gleam in his eyes when I showed him this book. He knows how I am all too well. In the next few weeks I am going to tackle this book and the clutter in my life and home! I will be posting some pictures of my triumph. :) So how about you? Want to get in on some Spring Clearing?



Anna from Hachette has kindly offered five books here for a giveaway. Here is what they require: Open to US and Canada. NO P.O. Boxes.

Now let's get on to the winning:

First entry: Name just one item you could get rid of right now. That is it. Please include your email address if it is not attached to your blog. If your email is attached to your blogger profile, be sure your profile is viewable.

You can get additional entries by doing any of the following providing you do the first one first. Please leave a separate comment for each:

1 - Tweet this contest and come back and leave me the link for one entry.

2 - Blog about this contest and come back and leave the link for an entry.

3 - Send a friend this way, make sure they comment on who sent them and you both get two entries.

That is it. Pretty simple. This contest runs from today February 24 until March 8 at 11:59pm. I will email the five winners who will have 48 hours to email me back with their addresses.

Thanks so much for dropping by! And please be sure to visit all the other blogs participating in the Book Giveaway Carnival!


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154 comments:

Bridget said...

I've posted this on Win A Book, too.

Aerin said...

Hi there! I'm commenting!!

Aerin said...

I posted this in my sidebar!

insearchofgiants.com

Marie said...

I could get rid of some of my craft books that I no longer use. Like for hobbies I've stopped doing! :-) My email is bibliophile at bostonbibliophile dot com. Great giveaway! :-)

Beth said...

I will get rid of an old stack of magazines because I know that I will never read them even if I keep thinking I will!

micaela6955/Michele P. said...

I have a bunch of papers that are outdated or not needed in my file cabinet-I need to go thru them this coming weekend and throw out the old instruction manuals/warranties, etc... of stuff I don't have anymore.

micaela6955 at msn dot com

Karin said...

Well, I have lots of old make-up.

A part of me really enjoys being a pack rat though!!

Kat Bryan said...

I could get rid of the cut-out recipes that I know I'll never try ... that and about a million other pieces of loose paper.

Dawn M. said...

I have a bunch of old books that I should/could get rid of. They've been sitting on my shelf gathering dust for years and I'm never going to read them again. It's just so hard to throw them away 'cause they're books.

Thanks!
librarygrinch at gmail dot com

Kari said...

Just one..wow. I could think of a lot more than that! :) A pair of old sneakers that have been hanging around for years but I hate to part with just because. Isn't that awful?!

Kari said...

And Iowacat sent me here. :) Thanks for the giveaway!!

Kaye said...

Honestly, I need a book to tell me how to let go of about 1050 things. I too have packratitis!

ChristyJan said...

Oh! My! Gosh! I NEED this book! My husband tells me that I am just "50 things" away from being one of those "hoarders" who is going to be trapped in my own home.

The first thing I would get rid of is the stack of my granddaughters clothes that she has outgrown (I don't know why they are in MY home to begin with).

hawkes(at)citlink.net

teabird said...

What a lovely offer! I could get rid of piles of magazines that I know I won't read...

e-mail is in my contract...

Michelle said...

our hibacchi. not sure if Im spelling that correctly, ya know its a mini-bbq. its on our balcony and its a mess and time for it to go.
mpelosi@partners.org

oh by the way, wear your wedding dress around your house when no one else is home! I won't tell.

Toystory said...

The "tins" I saved from Cookies that came in a christmas gift! Kat B sent me!!

Stacie said...

I have an old bathtub in my basement that I would love to get rid of.

Toni said...

Oh I think I need this book. Please enter me!

tonigomez at surewest dot net

bettyd said...

Excess holiday decorations - they range from heartfelt gifts to garage sale finds and the box for any given holiday contains way more items than I have room to display. We packrats don't like to toss anything, but in particular its very hard for me to toss or even donate any of these holiday items.

bettyd said...

and Kat Bryan (aka IowaKat)sent me here. Thanks for the message Kat

bettyd said...

tweeted
http://twitter.com/bettycd/status/1250869175

Kitten22 said...

LOL! I could definitely stand to get rid of the stack of magazines that came in the past couple days!

bookcrossingkitten22[at]gmail[dot]com

mstaken05 said...

I would get rid of the cardboard boxes and stuff I haven't unpacked in almost three years.

mstaken05 said...

bettycd, told me about this giveaway.

mstaken05 said...

Tweeted!!
mstaken05
http://twitter.com/mstaken05/status/1251007619

Melissa said...

Thanks for the great giveaway! One thing I could get rid of are the high heels that I never wear.

Anita Yancey said...

I have a file cabinet full of old papers I could get rid of. I've been meaning to go through it for a long time now. I have the problem of hanging on to everything. Please enter me, and thanks.

ayancey(at)dishmail(dot)net

auntrene said...

Ok, I could throw away the handbook from when I worked for the Census Bureau in 1990. I know Sad isn't it. Here is the worst part, I have moved 2 times and moved it with me. Unbelievable. I need this book.. Help Me!!!!
auntrene.blogspot.com

Gwendolyn B. said...

I could throw away last Sunday's newspaper . . . or maybe it's from the Sunday before that . . .
Thanks for hosting this contest -- I could use some help!
geebee.reads AT gmail DOT com

tsslug said...

I have to get rid of my junk.
God bless our troops.

tsslug7@yahoo.com

minishoes said...

I love this Question! It could get me modivated. lol I would throw away old magazines. thanks for the giveaway. jacquecurl@gmail.com

judygr64 said...

Kat Bryan sent me. Thanks, Kat.

I could rid of so much clutter...I need to start with old clothes and shoes that will never be worn and could be passed on to a charity for reuse.

Thanks...I NEED this book.

judy(dot)greenberg(at)gmail(dot)com

Lisa N. said...

I could get rid of quite a few papers, including old newspapers, notes to myself that I've already finished, and lists of books I need to look up at the library. I'm working on getting more organized and this book could really help!

rocket_kay at hotmail dot com

carlene said...

Please include me in your drawing. One thing I should get rid of is the closet of clothes that are two sizes to small that I am sure I will get back in to. I think we all have some of these clothes.
Thanks
Carlene
willreadforever@verizon.net

windycindy said...

Hi, I so could benefit from this book! We have lived in our home for 5 years and I still have boxes filled with "stuff" from out basement up to the second floor.
There are hardly any pictures hanging on the walls in any of
the rooms. I know that going through and getting rid of many items would help me physically and mentally.
Please add my name to your book
drawing. Many thanks.....Cindi
jchoppes[at]hotmail[dot]com

Shirley said...

I have 2 sacks of newspapers that could go to the recyclers.

sharon54220 said...

I would have to say clothes. I have so many clothes that either I don't wear or don't fit anymore and I still have them.

Thanks

sharon54220@gmail.com

Katy said...

Books, I need to get rid of all those college books I have been carting around for 10 years. They are still boxed up from the last move. Really? Am I ever going to look at the old psychology book again? Probably not...but they make me feel smart on the bookshelf.

katy@trappedintheoffice.com

clenna said...

Shoes! I love shoes, but I really could get rid of at least 10 pair!!! (sad, isn't it?)

Rue said...

I have a big rubber band ball that lives in my kitchen junk drawer. I add all of the rubber bands that I get with the mail and such to it thinking that I'll always have a rubber band when I need one. I haven't needed more than five rubber bands in the past three or four months. So, I'm thinking the ever growing rubber band ball, which is in danger of causing my junk drawer to having closing issues, could easily go.

ruthann (dot) francis (at) gmail (dot) com

lastnerve said...

Let's see, one thing I wish I could get rid of right now? All hubbys electronics he's working on. Oh no wait, something of MINE I would get rid of first I would have to say my anger at stupid people, I know they probably can't help it. Next, the million pairs of crappy shoes I hold on to for no reason.

lastnerve said...

lastnerve2000@gmail.com is my email address, I commented above.

Wendy aka Misswendiki said...

Random bits of paper...expired coupons, recipes, notes to myself...they can all go (if I had the strength, that is)

Janssen said...

Oh man, I NEED this book :)

CanCan (MomMostTraveled) said...

I would love to get rid of my kid's play kitchen. I noticed that they don't use it, they only use the toy pots and stuff, so it could save lots of space!

onlycancan ta hotmail tod com

masonsgranny59 said...

OLD CLOTHES I DONT WEAR ANY LONGER:)TY 4 THE ENTRY:)

Dixie said...

Sadly enough, I should just toss out those jeans I bought last year.
They were too small when I got them and I thought I would diet myself into them-ain't happening.

Dixie said...

I tweeted!
Now this book I need to win! http://tinyurl.com/cjf5y8

twittername: southrngrl

email: southrngal(at)gmail(dot)com

Serena said...

Clicked over from BookRoom Reviews Carnival post.

I would love to get rid of the monstrous kitchen table we have for a smaller table since we have a tiny apartment and there are only 2 of us...

savvyverseandwit AT gmail DOT com

Serena said...

I posted this contest in my sidebar feature and may send someone your way who is interested in decluttering.

Belladonna1975 said...

I have mountains of little girl baby clothes that no longer fit my 18 month old. It's hard to get rid of stuff that has memories attached to it when it comes to her.

Belladonna1975(at)pobox(dot)com

Erin said...

I could get rid of a lot of paper records and go completely clutter free!

Erin said...

I tweeted: http://twitter.com/erinlowmaster/statuses/1269760699

Sara said...

I could get rid of my prom dress...why am I keeping that? Thanks!

Sararush (at) hotmail (dot) com

sweetsue said...

Just looking around my kitchen, I found five items I could happily toss. An old computer monitor would be this first to go!
smchester at gmail dot com

mindy said...

my ripped up sheets thanks for the giveaway minsthins(at)optonline(dot)net

Mia J. said...

I need to donate some of my old clothes that will never fit again. I keep thinking I will lose weight and will be able to wear them again....not.

cdziuba said...

I hope I win!!

Jenn said...

I have an entire house that could be throw out!

the biggest stupid thing I haven't thrown out that I should right now are a couple pairs of shoes I haven't worn in about 5 years!

Anonymous said...

Get rid of something?! Are you crazy? I can't get rid of anything. Well, maybe the dust bunny under my bed. That I could get rid of.

Clearly, I need this book.

Love your blog.

gypsyrover21@yahoo.ca

Anonymous said...

Get rid of something?! Are you crazy? I can't get rid of anything. Well, maybe the dust bunny under my bed. That I could get rid of.

Clearly, I need this book.

Love your blog.

gypsyrover21@yahoo.ca

liane66 said...

I have a stack of bills that I paid and scanned into my computer, so I could probably get rid of those.
Thanks for the giveaway!
Kimspam66(at)yahoo(dot)com

athena910 said...

I could get rid of some pairs of shoes that I haven't worn in a long time.

psuhottie402 said...

If I were to get rid of something RIGHT NOW, it would be all these clothes in the back of my van! I am determined to "sell" them at a consignment shop but I am having a hard time getting to the place because of weird hours. I should just take them all to goodwill! I also have soccer things and a backpack! haha.

Thank you!

bfeh0402(at)gmail(dot)com

MOMFOREVERANDEVER said...

empty boxes and piled up clothes to donate

ikkinlala said...

I could get rid of the old yogurt containers I've been saving to reuse. I could even recycle them now (one of the things that made me save them was that we didn't have a place to recycle plastics until recently).

ikkinlala AT yahoo DOT ca

techyone said...

I could get rid of old paid bill receipts.

techyone at gmail dot com

Callista said...

Please enter me!

callista83 AT cogeco DOT ca

bettyd said...

I could and should throw out all the coupons that expired 2/28.

toohotforturtle said...

I could get rid of the cookbooks that I haven't opened up for along time

Angela said...

I need to get rid of the extra grocery bags. We use them for trash can liners in the bathrooms but we get more than we will ever use!

MyUtopia said...

I could get rid of purses and shoes that I don't use.
http://myutopias.blogspot.com/2009/03/book-giveaway-contests.html
Kmanfredini AT gmail DOT COM

demmi said...

empty boxes I have a ton con5459(at)gmail(dot)com

Ginny said...

I could get rid of some of my scrapbook papers I don't use.

Marie said...

I'd get rid of the many vases that are cluttering the top of our kitchen cabinets and that we never actually use.

vmlay@artsci.wustl.edu

Estela said...

I could get rid of my maternity clothes. My youngest is almost 2 and I'm not having more!

velocibadgergirl said...

Oh, man...what could I get rid of right now? The exercise bike we never use, the clothes that don't fit...there's tons of stuff. I would LOVE this book to help me tackle my clutter.

I also sidebar-blogged your contest at http://badgerbooks.blogspot.com!

Thanks!

velocibadgergirl at gmail dot com

Angela C said...

I have been getting rid of the clothes my children have outgrown. I list them on freecycle. Thanks for the giveaway:)

Qwill said...

I need to get rid of our old super nintendo system.

Allison said...

I need to get rid of some old pillows and blankets that I keep thinking I will do something with!!! Please enter me!!

Sherrylinn said...

I have a bag full of ripped and stained towels I've been saving for the animal shelter. I'll get out tomorrow and take them down. I can just see my hubby dancing with glee after I finally get it done!


slcremer at gmail dot com

Kate said...

I could get rid of the massive box of old magazines I've got sitting under my desk. Come to think of it, it's prob a fire hazard, too... YIKES.

suburbansweetheart(at)gmail(dot)com

Elsie said...

As a reader of everything, I've acquired quite a group of withdrawn library books on all subjects... good idea, I'll throw out... "How to Build a Chicken Coop".

Wait, maybe someday I'll get some
chickens, for eggs, and I'll need a rooster, and a coop with legs.

Perhaps, as you can see, no one needs this giveaway book more than me!!

pumpkinlady430@yahoo.com

Bcteagirl said...

I have a broken breadmaker I have not rid myself of yet because I keep thinking it must be easy to fix! Thanks for this contest :)

eyeslikesugar said...

I could get rid of some of the clothes I have; I have waaaaaay too many. :/ Thank you for offering this giveaway! eyeslikesugar [at] gmail [dot] com.

Shannon said...

A bunch of books so I have room for new ones.

nfmgirl said...

I would happily get rid of two bamboo chairs with animal print cushions that were on the lanai when I bought my house. And a horribly ugly bamboo vase with tropical fake...floral...stuff in it.

oona. said...

I could donate a bunch of yarn that has been sitting for several yarns and hasn't turned into any hats!

Thanks! foxsquirrelrabbit at gmail dot com

caseykelp said...

The weekend papers that i keep saying i will read...we all know i probably won't. Thank you for the giveaway.

YZgirl4 said...

I could get rid of some clothes that I have and also maybe some kitchen stuff.



yzgirl4[at]verizon[dot]net

Holly said...

I keep a box in my garage for things that are still good but need to be donated. I do want to go through my boys' rooms and do some book/toy purging though.

Thanks for a great giveaway.

Penny (aka Yooperchick) said...

All 3 of the fondue pots that are gathering dust in my cupboards. :) Yes, we have 3... and we didn't buy a single one of them! jamesandpennym(at)gmail(dot)com

Lisa Sharp said...

A cd that came free with a DVD I bought.

love_cats(a)yahoo.com

daizee said...

I would get rid of the toys my son no longer plays with.

Susana la Banana said...

Ooh, this looks like a great book for me to leave lying around for my husband to pick up. Ever since I got pregnant (over 3 years ago), I have been trying to get rid of everything that I can...but I'm still not very good at it!

Right now I would give away the maternity clothes that I wore then. They were all hand-me-downs from the 80s and godawfully ugly. If we get pregnant again soon like I hope we do, I really don't want to have to revisit them...so why have I been keeping them? Hm...

susanbaranow (at) yahoo (dot) com.

deltay said...

Hahaha, I'm such a packrat! I keep a ton of stuff that I probably don't need. So yeah, I could probably get rid of some old clothes, etc.

Valerie said...

some clothes, I always say I'm gonna wear it eventually
But has yet to happen..
KawaiiNeko2008 (at) aol (dot) com

Anonymous said...

There are so many things I could get rid on in my life; some tangible and others not so obvious. I definitely need to let go of my Bollywood and comic book collection, a remnant of childhood... Thank you!

Aliya D.
aliyadaya(at)shaw(dot)ca

mel said...

The weight bench that we never use!

mdhohn(at)msn(dot)com

She Became A Butterfly said...

my dog's chewed up puppy toy!

she
pookielocks at ymail.com

sarah said...

i need to get rid of the twin headboard we never used!

fertawert AT yahoo DOT com

MD said...

A huge box of old textbooks.
mdfitz85[at]yahoo[dot]com

jjampm said...

Boy, do I need this book! Right now I could (and darn it I will) throw out DH - no, no just kidding! I'll through out (recycle) at least 3 of the many boxes I keep 'just in case I need one'.

jolt! said...

Ha. My husband and I are both pack rats - we could really stand to throw a few things out.

I would like to throw out our slightly dog-chewed old couch, but then we'd have to get a new one (or sit on the floor).
I could definitely throw out some of the stacks of paperbacks I've finished and will never read again! Well, take to a used bookstore or donate more than throw out.

Darlene said...

Magazines,magazines

Darlene
wrig9945@charter.net

Liz said...

This might be cheating but in November I bagged and boxed up 5 containers of books to donate, and they are still sitting in my dining room. I really need to take them to the library, problem is now I'll want to go back thru and reread them all. NO NO NO the boxes and bags must remain sealed.
PS there are another 4 boxes to go in my basement.LOL

Nicole said...

If you saw my basement, you'd understand how badly I need this book.
I would finally recycle all the cans my hubby has saved in the garage.

Mom of 5 Boys said...

I will toss the catalog that is sitting on my desk. It is 2 1/4" thick (I just measured) and every item in it can be found on the company's website.

momof5boys at gmail dot com

Jinxy and Me said...

Tons of old magazines!

Jinxy and Me said...

I tweeted: http://twitter.com/ThriftyJinxy/status/1279656921

Carolyn said...

Honestly, I could get rid of 90% of the clothes hanging in my closet. I haven't worn them for months, I really need to just keep a couple of dresses and nicer pants and blouses and everything elso should go, along with probably 30 pairs of shoes.

thanks for sharing

ceashark at aol dot com

Kelly said...

I could easily get rid of the broken coffeemaker on my kitchen counter that I will never, ever get fixed! Wow, I need this book!

Thank you for the giveaway! :)

krtrumpet [at] aol [dot] com

Michelle Kuo said...

One thing I could get rid of are some shirts in my closet that are too small for me. I could get rid of it anytime, but my closet is messy and I'm too lazy to do it -____-

michelle.kuool(at)yahoo(dot)com

Michelle Kuo said...

I also posted this on my blog:
http://flyingsolooooo.blogspot.com/2009/03/book-giveaway-links-for-march.html

Debs Desk said...

Please include me in your drawing.
Thanks
Debbie
debdesk9@verizon.net

Rock Star Ma said...

The broken stereo in my laundry room. Don't ask me why I haven't gotten rid of it already, I have no idea!

verytacky@hotmail.com

gahome2mom said...

Hmmm...old computer disks from old Tandy computers. lol Thanks.

gahome2mom(at)gmail(dot)com

Deb K said...

All my old magazines that I am saving for that "One" recipe :)

Thanks for entering me in this great giveaway!!

islandgirl said...

The broken treadmill in my garage!

islandgirlinutah at gmail dot com

allisonmariecat said...

Please enter me. My husband and I are both incurable packrats, and we need this book!

I could get rid of so very many things, but I'll start with the pile of old Christmas cards we've received over the past decade or so. In fact, I think I'll go do that now...

Nickolay said...

I have this red fuzzy chair. Super comfortable, super ugly. That could go first

jason@allworldautomotive.com

Nickolay said...

I twittered it

http://twitter.com/parkerozgood


jason@allworldautomotive.com

Heather said...

The stack of avon boxes in my bedroom. im a rep and always have tons fo them!

judyv12306 said...

Really need to throw out 50 things.

Anonymous said...

One thing I could probably throw out right now is a bike that has broken parts.
-Terra H.
partymix25(at)hotmail(dot)com

LighthouseSandy said...

OMG, I need this book! LOL. One thing in the myriad of things to get rid of. I have a closet full of sweaters, so I know there's at least one I can toss. And there's a drawer full of VHS tapes I know I won't watch anymore, so at least one of those can go, but I'm willing to bet I come up with at least a bagful of sweaters and tapes!

Molly C. said...

Old clothes. Not sure why I am hanging on to them.

Pat said...

I could get rid of old magazines.
pkildow at gmail dot com

Sheri S. said...

I have a few monthly magazine subscriptions that cause lots of magazines to pile up and I should probably be getting rid of at least some of them!

Sandra K321 said...

One thing I could definitely get rid of are the boxes that I always keep when we get a new appliance, in case we have to send it back. I think I have boxes for toaster ovens, etc. that we don't even own any more.

LoveMy2Dogs said...

I could get rid of knick knacks that I decorated the living room with 10 years ago. A little out dated what do you think?

silverhartgirl said...

i should throw out my skinny clothes that i may get in ti again one day

Kristen said...

My to do lists. I have them all over the place. They are piled on my deak. I don't look at them...they need to go!

Meaghan F. said...

One thing... hmm... I'm pretty organized. It'd say my old favorite pair of sneakers. There's quite a few holes in them, but I just can't seem to part with them.

Homemaker said...

I could get rid of my 500+ Beanie Babies that are just packed away in many, many totes. These would probably be a good idea to donate them to a children's hospital or even a daycare.

sallylynnsara@hotmail.com

Linda said...

I have a bunch of old magazines that I'll probably never read so I should get rid of those.

Christy said...

I really need to go through our old papers. I know I have old bills from back in 1999 still in our closet. I really need to shread these. ecghick@Yahoo.com

Brenda S. said...

I could get rid of the cut-out recipes that I know I'll never try.
stampnsark@aol.com

yadgirl said...

I could get rid of this big pile of magazines.

janejett said...

old makeup

elfik said...

I could get rid of that old chair that needs to be reupholstered that we don't have room for anyway

pabav at aol dot com

djolsen said...

6 boxes of old cookbooks that do not have one redeeming recipe in any of them.

piper1 said...

I could get rid of an old camera that I don't use. This book sounds very helpful! Thank you!

Donna M. Clark said...

I could get rid of a whole bx of clothes that I no longer fit in. litefoot873(@) hotmail.com

live42day said...

I could get rid of tons of paperwork that are piled up and in boxes that I simply do not need for any reason. I would love this book, it would be very beneficial.
luckofdraw777(at)gmail(dot)com

kakihara said...

My breadmaker--it takes up so much room--and I have not used it in 2 years!

Betty C said...

The first thing I could get rid of is my old printer that no longer works. Why am I keeping it?

js22 said...

I am getting a new printer, so I could get rid of the old one.

email is in blogger profile

barbara said...

As a matter of fact, just yesterday I got rid of all 74 books I was so proud of paying $5 for several years ago at a book sale. If I haven't read them by now, I never will. I also just got rid of all the magazines I'm going to read "someday", and threw away all the old makeup and expired medicines that have been cluttering up my bathroom.
But if there's one thing I should get rid of now, it's the thing that makes curly french fries. It only works if you have REALLY solid potatoes - I keep thinking that there's a knack to it and I just need to learn it.
I want Kakihara's breadmaker!! I use mine every few days - couldn't live without it. Would like another one so when company is here, I can make more.

Heather said...

hee hee hee. I could throw out my old, holey robe right now. I don't know why it's still here!

llkent said...

I would get rid of all the broken things in my house that I keep holding onto thinking my husband will fix them one day.

Phyllis said...

I could get rid of my record collection from the 1960's onward . Those large LP's and 45 records take up a lot of room and I hardly ever play them anymore, but I love them all and it would hurt to part with them!!

Anne said...

I am trying to get rid of things maybe this would hel me.

Sharon said...

I would throw old cards (Christmas,birthday etc) save some for scrapbook but trash the rest. Thanks for the giveaway

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