Day 5 – 40 Bags in 40 Days

This picture doesn’t really do this small area justice. This is simply where my hot water heater lives. It’s a closet with a light and that’s about it. We recently took some left over wood and made shelves in the space so that I could store our bulk items from Costco. One shelve didn’t do so well when I tried to move it, hence the whole in the drywall.

I also hide presents in this room so my stash of gift bags have found a home here as well. Those two bags are filled with lots of smaller bags and tissue paper.

As you can see stuff just kind of gets thrown in here. It’s a great place to keep things out of sight, out of mind. I normally forget that I have food in here and I buy even more during the next visit. Underneath all those bags are a few boxes of toys that we have had since my first daughter was a baby. You know the 6 year old!!! I saved them for the next baby but we never took them out to get played with so now they are going to Goodwill or Freecycle.
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We simply removed those boxes and hung up the gift bags and wrapping on a hook to get it off the floor. Now I have enough space for a laundry sorting area! Which will make my laundry couch very happy! Maybe I can get rid of it too.
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