February 08, 2010
If you’re stuck at home, think of this as a great opportunity to go through your closets and see what you can get rid of. The kids are probably starting to get a little restless right about now and they can go through their toys, books and clothes. Pack up outgrown things for younger kids and store them in marked containers; set aside for donation things that your family no longer needs.
Call for a pickup from a local non profit to encourage you to get it done.
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