Tag Archives: Trashworthy

Scrapworthy Clutter

As scrapbookers, we tend towards the sentimental. A few months ago, Unclutterer posted about sentimental clutter. How do you decide which sentimental items are scrapworthy and which are trashworthy? Some of the items mentioned in the Unclutterer post (e.g., friendship … Continue reading

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Hatecation Anyone?

Hatecation might just be the complete opposite of scrapworthy. What do you think? Clearly, it’s not completely trashworthy either. What do you with bad vacation photos? What do you do with bad photos in general? Comment below. Ways to get … Continue reading

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Hoarding?

Erin Doland of Unclutterer had an interesting post raising the question about whether people preserve for posterity or are hoarding. Where does scrapbooking fit into this? I like to believe I am scrapbooking for posterity and am not hoarding, but … Continue reading

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The Not So Scrapworthy

If something is not scrapworthy, then is it trashworthy? Maybe. I used to think that potentially scrapworthy things were not really trashworthy either. For example, consider excess photographs from the era of film cameras. I take many more photographs digitally … Continue reading

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