After decluttering your home you are often left with many items that belong to your children that you don't know what to do with. The memories associated with them seem too precious to allow you to throw them away, yet you realise that you can't keep everything. Rachel Hutchinson from Patch has kindly agreed to write a guest blog about capturing primary school memories:
We start something and often when we are nearly done we stop and decide this will do. This also applies to household tasks as we often stop before the task is complete. So how can we change our behaviour?
Keeping your kitchen tidy should be simple for me as I'm lucky enough to have a good size kitchen with plenty of cupboard space and a dishwasher, so why do I, and thousands of others, find it difficult to keep on top of?
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