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Stocking up



I went out today and loaded up on supplies. I've got a good start again now, so I feel better about what I have although I still have a long way to go before I can breathe easy. But can you ever breathe easy, no matter how much you have? For every one thing I bought today I can still think of ten more things I need! But at least now I can pick up a few extra things every time I go out.


I've been recording everything on paper with the expiration dates and where they are so rotating won't be so difficult. This is a full time job!


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Great job samantha! I don't know if you ever feel like you have enough...but, I think you will reach a point where it's not always on your mind.

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You're on a journey and you don't ever really 'arrive' but you will realize one day that you've traveled a far distance, made progress and gotten some where. Keep up the pace!

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Fantastic that you are getting so much done and very inspiring. I'd love to know more about how you record everything....something I've been needing to do!!!

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Thanks guys! ANewMe, actually I make a table in a software program (you can do it with Word too) recording the item, how many, location, and the expiration dates of each. I highlight the ones I need to use first before they expire. Then I print them out, to put in my binder which I finally found. As I use items I mark them off, or add as I build my supplies. I also mark the expiration dates with a Sharpie on the outside of the item, if possible, to make them easier to spot.
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You never are really DONE...there's just different phases throughout the process. :) We set priorities and then meet them, always striving toward one point or another.

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