Way back when I started the Junk Pyramid, I purged and organized my Tupperware cabinet. Since then, the forces of entropy (a.k.a. my husband) have de-organized it, and it needed to be redone.
I'm sure you can imagine the before. This is the after:
I find that taking a second pass at an area a few weeks or months after your initial purge is helpful. You can take another look at the things in there and see if there are items you haven't used since the last purge. I also find that I'm more inclined to get rid of things the second time through.
Plus, the first time, there were surely items that you had forgotten about. I'm sure that you told yourself that now that you'd remembered it, you would use it all the time. A second time through is the time to ask yourself if you have in fact used it.
One of my important rules of decluttering is that you can only use the "Now That I Know It's There, I'll Use It" rule once. If you forgot about it again after the first go-round, you should either get rid of it or move it to a more accessible place.
Most of the pieces in my Tupperware cabinet are things I use, but I was able to find some pieces that we have too many of or that are missing a lid or a bottom.
Total items: 8