Welcome to Transformation Thursday! It’s the one day of the week we all get together to celebrate getting stuff done. No matter if you’ve been coming around for months (or years), or this is your very first transformation rodeo – everyone is welcome to link up your projects at the bottom of this post.
This week’s transformation is courtesy of my dear friend Andrea & Bagster Bags. Andrea shared her garage with us a few weeks ago – and she’s been sorting & working on getting the space all organized.
Then Hurricane Irene came storming into her area, and a lot of the pile she had ready for recycling became trash due to flooding. Thankfully, the Bagster was already there, so clean up was much easier. (She wanted to let you guys know that the bike on top was completely unsalvageable.) Look at all that stuff! Now that’s a lotta progress
So after all the cleaning & hurricane chaos, she was able to cut down on the clutter in her storage shed..
And bonus, she could move some of the extra from her garage to the smaller shed, creating more space for her and her husband to work. Gotta love that!
Thanks to Bagster for helping my friend get her space under control, and to help clean up the flood damage, too
Sooooooo……. whatcha got? I wanna see – and so does everybody else! Please put your PERMALINK into the linky – and link back here so everyone can find all the great ideas. Please, please, PLEASE – pretty please DO NOT LINK TO A SHOP!!! Be sure to visit your neighbors and have fun – it is a party after all. *Please note: If you link up you are giving me permission to use your photos on my blog without contacting you (don’t worry, it’s only to show off your beautiful stuff!)*
Welllllllll…………. Let’er rip, tater chip!
Disclosure: Waste Management partnered with bloggers such as me to participate in its The Bagster® Bag Blogger Challenge. As part of the program, I received compensation. They did not tell me what to purchase or what to say about the products used for the The Bagster® Bag Blogger Challenge. Waste Management believes that consumers and bloggers are free to form their own opinions and share them in their own words. Waste Management’s policies align with WOMMA Ethics Code, FTC guidelines and social media engagement recommendations.