Reverse 100 Things: Three-quarters done

I haven’t mentioned the Reverse 100 Thing Challenge since last month, and here we are at the end of March. But I really have still been working on it, with the goal of throwing out something or other every day for 100 days.

Mostly it’s been glass or paper or plastic to be recycled and books to be given away (more than you see here, but how many photos of old books and piles of paper can you look at?) –

Reverse100ThingsEvenMorePaper Reverse100ThingsMorePaperbacksbut there have been a few unusual odds and ends –

Reverse100ThingsObsoleteMemoryAndStaticBagObsolete computer memory
and antistatic bags that old computer parts came in

Reverse100ThingsPepperGrinderA worn-out pepper mill

And now I’m 75 days into the challenge – three-quarters of the way through.

10 responses to “Reverse 100 Things: Three-quarters done

  1. Good for you. Keep throwing that stuff out.

  2. I’ve slowly learnt the secret – not only to get rid of things I odn’t need but to stop buying things!

  3. i really should update mine, i have got rid of a microwave, a toaster, a slow cooker though 🙂

  4. Your house should be just about empty now. Good for you. 🙂

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