What started out on a whim is taking on a life of its own. The Pocket Challenge started off as something I was doing to get myself working on projects around the house. Not huge tear-the-house-apart sized projects. Small, easy, quick, fits-into-an-already-busy-schedule sized projects.
Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to find those little nooks and crannies and corners that need a little something. Maybe they need decluttering. Or maybe they just need a little cleaning to spruce them up. Or maybe the area in question is clean and decluttered, but a little, let’s say, boring.
Some areas to consider are tops of shelves or the shelves themselves, entry tables, desks, bedside tables, bathroom counters, mantles, etc. You get the idea. Try to keep the projects small enough to manage within an hour or two to half a day at most.
Since my decorating/organizing budget is next to zip, just to keep things interesting, let’s do this with items and materials we already have or can obtain at low cost. Don’t be afraid to use something you have in a completely new way.
Look around and see what possibilities you see. Figure out how many projects you plan to do between February 15th and March 31st. Feel free to jump in any time!
Be sure to grab the cool button brought to you courtesy of my daughter, Bookaddict.
Post to your blog about the challenge and your goals and add the link to your post to Mr. Linky below. If you don’t have a blog, just leave your goals in the comment section. Be sure to share your favorite projects on your blog and don’t forget the pictures! Come join the fun!