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can you move your organizing outside??

Posted by ronbre (My Page) on
Sat, May 9, 09 at 10:39

wouldn't it be nice to take some time off from inside now when we have late spring going on..not too hot to do something quite yet..and not to cold to get started..

no matter where you are there is some organizing outside you can do in the spring..don't you have a to do list somewhere?? under that pile..on the table..yes..over there.

maybe it is the potting shed, the garage..the mess behind the house..the pile over there..the kids area that you were going to get to..the mess from winter..

go outside and get some fresh air and do it now !!

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RE: can you move your organizing outside??

Have my garage 1/2 way done. Need to get moving on the other 1/2 before it gets to hot.

RE: can you move your organizing outside??

well i woke up to 23 degrees this morning so going outside will be slow today

RE: can you move your organizing outside??

One of my outdoor organizing projects is the garage. I've lived in this house 1 year now. I've got the very basics done...hooks & hangers for gardening tools. All the rest is not done or even thought out yet.

My goal last year was get basics put away and ensure I can park in the garage for winter (1 car garage).

This year, I'll find correct spots for the bigger things...mower, spreader, trike & kid outdoor toys...and the like.

RE: can you move your organizing outside??

i have a lot of outside organizing i need to do, 2 sheds and the garage..but it has to warm up some here..storms tonight and hard freeze tomorrow night..i'm tired of cold weather..and want to get into the garage..but it is so cold in there !!!!!

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