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Laura Gaskill added this to How to Be More Intentional About Sentimental Clutter
3. Does It Bring You Joy?If you’ve been keeping things you love and treasure (Grandma’s china, perhaps?) hidden away in boxes or a storage unit, think about bringing some of them into your daily life. Even if it’s a treasure too delicate for regular use, displaying it where you can see and appreciate it will enhance your life — and probably make it easier to grab if you ever have to quickly evacuate your home.4. Would You Be Devastated If You Lost It?This gets to the crux of what being intentional about sentimental clutter really means. If there are things you’d be devastated to lose but they’re buried deep in your garage and hidden by tons of stuff that doesn’t matter nearly as much, the chance that you’d be able to find these things when you want them is pretty slim. What to do? Start going on scouting missions to locate and gather these notable items. You may even find that through this process it becomes easier to let go of the other stuff — because you can see how much less important it is to you by comparison.How to Save What’s Priceless When Disaster Strikes

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