I had a huge container of crayons - most of them broken - all of them unloved - few of them used.
I have been holding onto them thinking I was going to do that amazing craft.
You know, melt them in cupcake liners and make heart crayons.
(put a marble in it and it makes the heart shape).
Thing is I have been "going to do it" for at least 8 years.
I kid you not.
It was time.
Time to let go.
I have been moving it from here to there for years.
I threw the whole container away.
Yes I did.
It was incredibly freeing.
No worries, Sylvia still has plenty of NEW crayons she got for Christmas.
She actually likes not having the huge container.
Is there something you are holding onto, because your frugal self says you will use it someday? Something that is taking up valuable space?
Or just creating clutter?
I challenge you to let it go - you don't have to trash it, you can donate it, sell it, freecyle it.
Just let it go.
Then tomorrow look and see if you can get rid of more - you will be glad you did!
Hoarding is not frugal.