That's all a bit much for one ten minute chunk, so I elected to focus on just the bench for now:
|Before: Random crap and a nice layer of dust, lint and spilled washing powder.|
|After: Tidy, clear and all sparkly clean again. Let's hope I can save that poor orchid...|
I actually had some time left over tonight, so tidied up the shoe rack in the mud room as well. Go, me. :D
I think my Ten Minute Project is so bloody brilliant, I'm issuing a challenge - or an invitation if you prefer - to anyone who'd like to join me. Spring-clean September will be much more fun than Sugar-free September, I promise. There are only two rules:
1. You must spend ten minutes tidying or cleaning or throwing-out. Set a timer or use a clock so you stick to the allotted time. If you want to keep going once the ten minutes is up, go right ahead, but ten minutes is all that's required.
2. Anything you remove from the area you're working on has to be put away in its correct place or thrown out. No moving piles of crap from one place to another, the point is to reduce the stuff sitting around.