So after 30 days of consistently throwing out/donating 5 items a day here are the results.

Day 1: 1x Dress pants, 1x pair of socks, 2x t-shirts, 1x pair of jeans

Day 2: 2x t-shirts, 3x pens

Day 3: 2x pens, old business cards, 1x pair of flip flops, 1x old laptop charging cable

Day 4: 2x t-shirts, 2x singlets, 1x belt

Day 5: 1x Suit jacket, 1x pair flip flops, 1x bluetooth headset, 1x t-shirt, 1x boxer shorts

Day 6: 2x t-shirts, old documents, old business cards, old envelops

Day 7: 5x pairs of socks

Day 8: 5x pairs of socks

Day 9: 2x pair flip flops, 1x boxer shorts, 2x deodorants

Day 10: 1x toothbrush, 1x iphone charging cable, 2x ties, 1x polo shirt

Day 11: 1x headphones, 1x tie, 1x dress shirt,1x polo shirt, 1x swimshort

Day 12: 1x t-shirt, 1x pouch, 1x jacket, 2x dress shirts

Day 13: 1x t-shirt, 1x polo, 3x workbadge

Day 14: 2x Ethernet cables, 1x work badge, 1x headphones, 1x shoes

Day 15: 1x bag, 1x mini speaker, 3x T-shirts

Day 16: 5x coat hangers

Day 17: 3x coat hangers, 1x shoes, 1x shorts

Day 18: 1x Iphone charger, 1x Wallet, 1x sunglesses, 3x old business cards

Day 19: 3x Power adapters, 1x dice, 1x bracelet

Day 20: 1x train card, 1x keychain, 1x cleaning cloth, 3x pairs of socks

That was it! I didn’t make it to the full 30 days because I had no more items that I could possibly throw away. So the total result was 100 items. I donated all of the clothes and I threw out the rest as there was nothing worth selling. I feel a lot lighter after this exercise and it was great keeping it to 5 items a day because I would re look at the things I had decided not to throw out during the previous day. The biggest lesson that I learned from doing this exercise was seeing the amount of clothing I had been keeping but haven’t worn in years. So I created a new rule for myself when it comes to clothing. If I want to buy a new shirt or pants I need to donate a pair that I have. So I don’t build up my closet again with items that I don’t need.

I would hope that everyone tries this challenge as I would hope it would give you the same I got of feeling lighter.

“Never spend your money before you have earned it.”
– Thomas Jefferson –

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