Today is a special day. I am instituting a new holiday tradition, in true MakeunderMyLife fashion. I am doing a thorough exfoliation before the holidays begin. Why wait until I get new things on December 25th and have too much stuff and clutter? By going through my stuff now and asking “What would I NOT put on my holiday list?“, I can make room for the new gifts to come.
If you think about it, it’s the same reason my weight-lifting class instructor, Shannon, always makes us work out extra hard before Thanksgiving and Christmas. She knows we will soon be eating a lot of food. And by stepping up our fitness now, we will offset (some of) the sweets later.
So I’ve done a deep dive into my wardrobe and picked out what I don’t envision myself wearing in 2010. If the piece of clothing doesn’t match my vision for 2010, it doesn’t deserve to be in my wardrobe come January 1st.
What I DON’T Want For Christmas 2009
Jacket and pants claimed by Susie.
Shoes are mostly size 8.5. All are up for grabs.
Latico Red Leather Handbag
Charles David Leather Bag
So How Can You Have Some of the Loot?
If something above struck your fancy, you are welcome to comment and claim it (first to comment, wins). I do ask that you pay for shipping (I will send you a PayPal invoice for the shipping amount). Susie has already claimed the jacket and pants in the first photo (she looks adorable in them), but the rest are up for grabs.
As for the bags- they are great. The red one is a leather basket weave by Latico. And the brown one is Charles David with putty colored leather and gold accents. These bags are heavier than most things I send, so I ask for $18 to make sure I cover the shipping costs.
And the Big Question Is…
Are you thinking about making this a tradition as well? Let me know if you are thinking about doing something similar. And as always, feel free to send me pics to post on the End of the Week Exfoliation. You could win a $40 Jess LC gift certificate in the process.
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