Week 2, Week 2, Week 2, you have nearly killed me! Well not quite, but spurred on by my successes, and feeling that I wasn’t getting rid of enough, I decided this weekend to really go to town on my kids room. They have to share unfortunately, and my son has long outgrown toys, and to be honest my daughter isn’t far off either (apart from the soft, cuddly ones), but somehow the room was still jammed with them. Everywhere. Under the beds in boxes, in units in boxes, inside a cloth wardrobe in boxes. You see the pattern here? All hid away in boxes. Some untouched for 6 years. Literally since we moved in here my son has dusty lego filled boxes of random parts. I wouldn’t even dare root around in them in case there were spiders!

So the first half of the week went as expected, but the last two days have been a major clear out. There is still a long way to go, even in their room, but I freed us from a broken bed, a large coffee table, a microwave, multiple boxes of toys for charity, multiple boxes of toys for the tip, 4 bags of clothes, and more Ridiculous! Keep and eye on instagram and twitter for my pictures, next week I start out at 42 items per day.

Week Two - Mins Game Day 7

Day 7 – Books, Plates, Random Stuff – 21 Items – Total 89 Items

Week 2 - Mins Game Day 8

Day 8 – Bags, Toys, Off Alcohol, Clothes (The Dog Stays!) – 24 items – Total – 11 Items








Week 2 - Mins Game Day 9

Day 9 – Notepads, toys, shoes, bag (The dog on his back legs) – 27 items – Total 140

Week Two - Mins Game Day 10

Day 10 – Clothes, books, toys – 30 Items – Total 170 Items







Week Two - Mins Game Day 11

Day 11 – Cups, Headsets, toys – 33 Items – Total 203 Items

Week Two - Mins Game Day 12

Day 12 – This is where it gets crazy, no exaggerating this is hundreds if not thousands of items but I’ll be conservative and say 300 – Total 503 Items

Week Two - Mins Game Day 13

Day 13 – Way more than needed, clothes, units, hangers, I’ll say 50 – Total 553 Items

So that is how I got on this week! Pretty damn good if I don’t say so myself. To see my week one progress look here, or if you would like to learn more about the challenge take a look here.