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    « Clutter Video Tip: How to Organize Sentimental Items, Part 2: 4 Easy Ways to Let Go | Main | Clutter Video Tip: How to File Instruction Manuals and Warranties »

    October 04, 2012


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    Jill Robson

    Hi Lorie
    I loved your segment about greeting cards. I have my wedding and my only sons birth greeting cards, which i have in a binder. I just turned 50 and i am in 2 minds whether or not to keep the cards i received. Maybe some purging is in order(dupicates of cards maybe). Your segment reminded me of the cards i have and the last time i looked at them.hum.....

    Lorie Marrero

    Great that you are thinking about it, Jill! Let us know how it works out.


    Oh Lorie, I completely, COMPLETELY agree - most people here in the UK don't really have space in their homes to keep every greetings card they were ever sent, and end up keeping them in huge boxes in the attic. And of course, up there, they aren't even looked at! I have some cards my sons sent me, but all the rest are recycled.

    Lorie Marrero

    Thank you for commenting, Jo! If you are going to keep something you really should honor it and keep it where you can view, enjoy, and share it. Great reminders- thank you!

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