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Yeh I think thats good advice on throwing them out. Lol my gran would have certainly said to bin them after use -I think she found it hard as her husband (mums dad and of course my grandad) died quite young, so the remaining years were left with just photos and cards etc, which I think she wished she hadn't kept in the end -how her memories and feelings affected her was quite poigniant in later life.I found baby cards for my brother when I was sorting through my dads bungalow. There weren't any of my baby cards but I have a vague memory of playing with them when I was a child so I may have destroyed them myself. My grown up son who still lives with us had a birthday recently and asked me where he should put his birthday cards. I told him 'in the bin'
yes the coffee table is now easy to see -yes it was that bad. Its also quite liberating having just space, I feel much better nowGood news that you have a place to relax in especially with the bonus of the coffee table. Boxes in a cupboard can remain hidden until the time is right
Yeh I had forgot about the cupboard, it holds a lot of boxes so deceptively small looking and out of the way in the cornerThat’s good news. I feel so much better when I’m living without a lot of clutter. A room where you can hide things you are not sure what to do with is a good idea though.