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Getting Rid of it!

Thursday, April 25, 2013

So I keep holding on to My **bigger** clothes we will call them. Also comfort clothes. Well I decided yesterday its time to get rid of them, that I am not going back...It's hard looking at my closet and half of them don't fit. So why hold onto them? I am slowly losing weight and I am proud of it. I am noticing it more in my shirts than anything. I am down a shirt size if not more. So now my closet is 2 garbage bags emptier. I hope my yard sale goes well! I hope the clothes sell, that way I won't be forced to put them back into my closet!

On another note...my lord do my kids go through clothes! I have priced probably 5 garbage bags of kids clothes in the past 2 days.
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  • DB1167
    That's how I feel with my comfy clothes I so hate to get rid of them. But I haven't wore a lot of it in 6 months so it needs to go. Let's ditch the big clothes and Keep movin! Now the kids good lord my youngest has went through 3 pants sizes this school year. I can't keep the boy in jeans! So we have piles of almost new jeans it seems.
    1790 days ago
    Good luck on your sale. I was just talking to someone the other day about stuff in my closet that I just can't seem to get rid of. I have my clothes that fit really nicely now, my comfy clothes and the really too big clothes. I've been through this cycle so many times before that I am just afraid to let go of the big clothes, although I have vowed that this is the very last time that I will be needing them. I guess I just have to do it and when they're gone I won't have them to fit back into (and that's a good thing) .Kids clothes... now that's another story... they grow so fast before they wear anything out.
    Congratulations on your weight loss!! emoticon
    1790 days ago

    Comment edited on: 4/25/2013 9:12:47 AM
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