Sunday, February 01, 2015

New Unit.




Steve and I are under contract for a new unit. 


Our plan is to rent it out for the next 10 years and then move back to Adelaide and live in it. 

Around that time, we will be in semi retirement and Joseph will be the only dependent child too. 

I keep looking around our house and seeing how much stuff we all have. Obviously, a lot of it is because we have a big family but there is also a lot of stuff that is just clutter. I keep on thinking, when we move back to Adelaide, we won't have space for clutter so I need to simplify now and get rid of all the excess and also make our house look appealing for when it is time to sell it. 

Simplifying will make our lives easier too and less stressful and everyone likes to live in an appealing place so now is the time to get it all done. . 

I have a plan to work room by room and declutter and organise each one. This month, I am starting of with the little boys room. 

They need new curtains, the walls painted and probably the floor done too. I can do the curtains and Steve can do the floor and paint it. They also need to have all toys moved out of their room and clothes all reorganised. 

When their room is finished I will show you all before and after photos and then we will start on a new room. 

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