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3/30/20 11:14 A

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On day #34 of a 40 day declutter challenge. Just finding at least one item a day breaks everything down in chunks.

My goal for 2020 has changed. Still want to declutter, but surviving this pandemic is top of the list now. I'm vulnerable.

Please support the goal of self-isolating and maintaining distance. There's been some pretty stupid decisions made that has spread the virus faster.

I'm also sewing masks for possible use by the medical community.

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For 2019,my goal was to not buy clothes and to wear what I have emoticon . That was very successful and I'm going to continue that through 2020 as well as declutter the things I don't use or no longer need. emoticon

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1/24/20 8:14 A

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Decluttering is a great goal. I too will declutter in 2020. I moved in the summer of 2017 and have tons of boxes to go through in the garage. I should just pitch it all, since it hasn't been gone through in several years....but there might be some good stuff in there. Lol!

Good luck ladies in selling your homes and moving.

I'm looking forward to the new me in body and shape in 2020. I've lost 20 lbs since Oct 21st. Biggest change for me is that I have quit drinking the soda, cold turkey. I was drinking anywhere from 1-4 sodas a day and very little water. I've turned that around too and drink more than my daily water expectations. Feeling pretty positive on this journey.






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I, too am decluttering and plan to sell my home during 2020 and move to an apartment. Still working on being more active with exercise and healthy eating and plan to make progress during 2020. Happy New Years everyone!

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12/31/19 2:16 P

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My house is going to have less stuff in it, as I prepare for a move in the next two years. I will also be working on decluttering my body, in the form of a more healthy diet and avoidance of processed carbs.

I've lost weight this year; my goal for 2020 is another 10% loss.

Yvonne



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How will 2020 be different from 2019? In what areas do I need to plan these differences or...will they just happen?

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