For those in the teaching profession post-spring break is the hardest time of the year to capture and sustain the attention of students. This week’s vocabulary list included the word DEBUT which is pronounced day-byoo, not da-butt. That got the attention of my 8th graders plus a few laughs.
A word not on this week’s list that popped into my head is cull. Cull is a verb which means to select or choose (someone or something) from a group.
Culling clothing from the closet is one of TKK’s (The Klutter Koach’s) favorite activities. As the weather has been getting warmer, I have been culling the cold weather clothing. With each load of laundry I remove another sweatshirt, pair of long pants, or polartec footie pjs.
Culling clothing is an on-going process.
Transitioning between seasons is a great time to declutter. Decluttering is constant maintenance. Not sure how? Here’s how to transition your wardrobe.
Vitual Decluttering and Organizing
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Have a wonderful weekend and enjoy the beautiful weather.
Karen, TKK (The Klutter Koach)