I hope that you are feeling the same sense of accomplishment that I am and that the printables are providing the motivation you need to reclaim your home.
The last two tasks will be easy tasks, in comparison to our earlier projects. This is where all of your hard work begins paying off and you start to really see how wonderful your kitchen can look.
For day five, we are just decluttering our kitchen for an hour. Tackle the areas that are difficult for you. Can you not sit at your kitchen table and enjoy a meal because it is too cluttered? Do you have a desk or nook that is a hot spot for paperwork and junk mail? Do you have so much stuff that it is hard to see the beauty or the function in the items you have?
It feels good to declutter our kitchen and there are tons of great places where you can donate your stuff. There is Freecycle, Freepeats, Goodwill, Salvation Army, community churches, homeless shelters, and homes that care for unwed mothers.
If you are feeling particularly ambitious, start tagging the items for a future garage sale this summer. After all, why shouldn’t you make a little money for all of your hard work? Tuck the money into a vacation fund or purpose the money towards an item in your home that you TRULY will use.
Throw stuff out with wild abandon! If it isn’t adding to your life, if you don’t have the energy to maintain it, if your kitchen is too cluttered to cook- then CHUCK IT!!
Spring Cleaning Your Kitchen Day Five
In Case You Missed It (Previous Printables):
Spring Cleaning Introductory Page
Spring Cleaning Recipes
Spring Cleaning Your Kitchen Day One
Spring Cleaning Your Kitchen Day Two
Spring Cleaning Your Kitchen Day Three
Spring Cleaning Your Kitchen Day Four