I could start with toys, that might be the easiest place to begin. Now that my grandson is in school, the toddler toys and books can go to a thrift store. I know exactly which toys he has not been the least bit interested in for the past year or two. Why don't I give them away?
I still have a number of toys that my young teen granddaughter used to play with as a child. Why are they still here? Who am I saving them for?
In fact, I still have a box of smurfs that my daughter played with as a child. She loved them, but neither of her children showed any interest in them. Why do I keep them?
Surely memories are enough?