For many years, I had an addiction to Tupperware. I collected it, but didn't really use it. Last year and the year before I got rid of a ton... but some I held on to.
This morning (while waiting for teenaged boys to wake up and open gifts) I had some spare time and sat down on the floor in front of that "Tupperware cabinet" in the dining room. Tupperware pieces have now fully filled a Glad ForceFlex tall kitchen garbage bag and are awaiting a trip to the Salvation Army. Hooray for me!
I kept one VERY large bowl that we've used recently at BBQ's, one cannister, and one serving set that I could see me using now that I remember I have it.
I also found an unopened Tupperware jello mold that I'm going to throw in a bag to take to our niece's wedding shower in 2 weeks (we bought her a card table and chairs but already took it to her because it was too heavy for me to take to the shower). She likes to experiment in the kitchen, so maybe SHE will actually use it! She's from a family that makes jello salad; I usually only eat jello when I'm sick---and who wants to mess with a jello mold when you're sick? LOL
There are still other things stored in that cabinet, but I'll go through them later. Having the Tupperware out of the way means I have more room so I can organize what I want to keep and maybe store some of the overflow on the open hutch (things I want to keep but really do NOT need out all at the same time) in there.
Doing the Dance of Joy
P.S. I do like the ForceFlex bags!