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Update: 10 items a day for 1,000 days

For Becky Nappi blog
For Becky Nappi blog

On Dec. 13, I began a thousand-day project to give or throw away 10 items from our house each day. I am proud to say I have stuck with the plan, nearly two months into it.

This week, I focused on our CD collection, because the KPBX Recordings and Video Sale is coming up Feb. 16 and Feb. 17.

The public radio station is accepting donations this week. So tomorrow, I will drop off about 50 CDs from my husband and me, music collected over our 28 years together.

We had to both agree that a CD could go. Many brought back memories. Some we'd never listened to. Others we listened to once and didn't like.

It's nice to know they will find new homes.




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