Mission 4: Forgo The Freebies


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52 Organizing Missions

Welcome to the fourth of our 52 Get Organized Missions.

You can find the previous organizing missions here.

This week’s task involves a mindset shift.

Our aim is to raise the barrier for accepting into your life a source of mental and physical clutter for many people – the ‘freebie’.

Your challenge this week is to spend your 30 minutes.

  1. Learning how to distinguish the freebies that add to your life in net terms
  2. Deciding to say NO to all the others.

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11 thoughts on “Mission 4: Forgo The Freebies

  1. [email protected] says:

    Our group responses are as follows: The only freebies we would be interested in is food items i.e. cereal; meat; yogurt; milk.
    Use your local library for books of interest to you.
    Do search – and pay, if necessary – for highly relevant, good quality information when you’re ready to use it. It will be worth it in terms of saved mental energy.
    Collectables sell on E-Bay: Lladro; Boyd Bears; Baseball Cards; Hummel’s; etc.

    • Kylie Browne says:

      I recently visited Bondi Beach and they have a free book exchange post box on the side of the road. It’s an honor system, you simply exchange one book for another. A wonderful initiative and used by the many tourists that visit this iconic Sydney hotspot. The concept of ‘pay it forward’ is alive and well. 🙂
      Thanks to the group.
      Kylie, Community Manager

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