After 4 years of undergraduate and 4 years of graduate school, plus a year as an Extern, the amount of "class notes" I've accumulated is RIDICULOUS. This picture was taken a couple of years ago, so imagine all those binders, plus several more that I accumulated over the next few years, all brimming with class notes.
It was a few binders worth, but I was addicted. #rehabforscanneraddiction
So I set up shop at our kitchen table and scanned/sorted away!
I brought every single binder I owned upstairs.
And before long, my pile had turned to this:
...with Bentley keeping guard. The good news was I already had a bag of binders to get rid of!
A few days later with some free time dedicated to sorting and I accomplished this:
Plus I now had a few (dozen) binders to get rid of. This isn't even all of them!
And I'm not the only one who is happy about getting rid of some clutter! #furkidaddiction
We bundled up the paper into paper bags for recycling and dropped them off at the recycling center. One part of clutter off of the list and now the scanner goes to Heather for a bit! It was a great idea to split the cost since we don't both need the scanner sitting at our houses. #Scannersharedcustody
With one type of clutter gone, it's time to tackle the next! I'm thinking some of the "clothing clutter" is up next.
What kind of clutter are you tackling? I've even found a few more types of clutter to add to my list!