is for keepsake
Decluttering is a hot topic these days.
There are TV shows, books, and blogs about it.
Clutter can be a problem but not all things are clutter.
By definition, clutter is a disorderly heap, litter, a state of confusion.
Your home may be in disorder or messy with things.
That doesn’t mean you must get rid of all your stuff.
There may not be great monetary value in your things.
But the memories attached to them can be priceless.
It is important to understand why you keep things.
There are good reasons to keep some things;
those with a family history, things given to you by those you love,
awards and items to remember or commemorate an event.
Sometimes things kept are useful or a comfort to you.
Sometimes they simply make you smile when you see them.
The key is knowing the difference between just stuff and keepsakes.
There are things we use in daily life.
There are documents that must be retained.
There are things that speak to the heart that need to be saved.
Be someone who knows the value of your keepsakes.