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4/23/13 10:16 A

On Sunday I cleaned out closets and dressers. I always knew I had way too many clothes and this just verified it. I posted on Facebook that I had clothes and brought some to work. So far I have made $62.00 on what I have sold. I have one more person looking at some of them tomorrow. After that I am donating them to a local women's shelter.

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4/23/13 9:38 A

I vote to give them to charity. It is what I did. Keeping them means you do not think you will stay at your current weight and status. To me that seems self-defeating. I will admit it was hard to hand off some of the things I had but they have gone to someone who needs them and I feel much better in my new clothes. I do not intend to ever be that size again.

By the way, congratulations on that weight loss. Good for you.

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4/18/13 12:12 P

I have lost nearly 20lbs in the last several months through "Mindful Eating" and being more active. I have never felt better!!! Many of my current clothes are getting "too big." One of my co-workers says they are "wrap around clothes" because they can be wrapped around since they are a bit baggy.

To that end.....here is my question....... What do I do with those clothes? Should I store them away in case the need arises for them again or do I get rid of them by donating them to charity?



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