Palisade?? Yup, means enclosure. And I consider the filing cabinet an enclosure. Hence- palisade! You didn’t know you’d be getting vocab lessons with your Paper Purgathon, didya?? Hope you don’t roll your eyes too hard at me!
Ok, now down to today’s business. Hitting the filing cabinet. AGAIN. Seems like a theme with this purgathon, doesn’t it??
It only took me about 15 min to gather up, go thru, and sort this time. YAY!!
I culled out the already paid, and showing on this month’s bills, to be shredded. Total: 9
Money receipts, large size, related to above mentioned bills, to shred. Total 10.
Pages cut out of the herd, for recycling, total: 12.
Empty envelopes for recycling, total: 10 (After I tore off these large windows, that I figure I can use somehow in crafting.)
Who needs to pay for laminating??? Free is for me, baby!
The recycling paper pile going out the door.
(No, they’re not floating in mid air. I’m handing them to sweet friend, who had just come in to tell me he fixed my burnt out tail light. He is a treasure!!)
Whew! Glad that’s done! (For now…….. bwahahaha!!)
Queen Anne’s Day 2: https://minimalistsometimes.com/2016/11/20/2102-document-keep-overview/
Queen Anne’s Fellow Sovereigns:
– Viv, at GriefHappens, said she needed to be on this “like an over-sugared kid in a bouncy house”, and is joining with 30 minutes a day.
– Jena, at All Round Better me, is in for 60 minutes a week.
– Amy, at More time than money, also joining with 60 minutes a week.
– Grace, at The CFO MOM Blog, just told me she is joining, woohoo!
Sitting on the fence;
– Jen, at The Hidden Hoarder, is hard at work on her front porch, and hasn’t quuuuite decided yet.
– Gilly, at Anything Except Housework is no longer on the fence. She had to withdraw from this challenge. She is now full time care giver for her dad, and mum, after an operation. We’re here for moral support, Gilly!