Thursday, 6 March 2014

The Clean-up Challenge

MoCh - Challenge #10 February 2014 - The Clean-up Challenge


The Challenge
The  February challenge was another wonderful and rewarding challenge. I went through almost everything (I forgot to go through my car) I owned. I sold, gave away or threw away stuff I did not need. Furniture, electronic equipment, clothes, papers, letters and all type of items were looked through. I got rid of hundreds and hundreds of things. I will try to do this once a year. It is such a great freedom to own as little as possible.

For some pictures from the challenge check out this, this, this, this, and this.

Current Challenge
The current challange I've named "The No Challenge". I have far too many things to do, my calendar is full of appointments. In March I will say no to all new invitations. I will not cancel any current plans, but my goal is that my calendar for April will be less full. I will make a very few exceptions to this rule, if there is something I really want to do. And I will be able to myself initiate projects, social happenings and so on.

All Challenges
Below is a list of the challenges I've done so far.
Challenge #0 : December 2011 : Rejected by Seven
Challenge #1 : April 2012 : The 10 Words Challenge
Challenge #2 : May 2012 : The Less Social, More Sleep Challenge
Challenge #3 : June 2012 : The Leave Phone Home Challenge
Challenge #4 : July 2012 : The Read Every Day Challenge
Challenge #5 : August 2012 : The Photo Poetry Challenge
Challenge #6 : September 2012 : The Go To Class Challenge
Challenge #7 : October 2012 : The Call Grandma Every Day Challenge
Challenge #8 : November 2012 : The Do Nothing Challenge
Challenge #9 : September 2013 : The Prism Break Challenge
Challenge #10: February 2014 : The Clean-up Challenge

... or view all my monthly challenges here.


  1. Nice. I also liked "Do nothing"-challenge. That's a hard one.

    1. thanks, bjørn. the "do nothing challenge" was strangly enough very hard.


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