Photos are hard. I don't know any young people who keep a lot of photos any more. My kids have them on their phones and I don't know if they are on permanent storage or not. I'm wondering if someday when these electronic things don't work any more how much stuff will be lost.
A day of decluttering and organizing here.
In the garbage can: a cordless phone system & chargers; extra phone cords. Still too much left.
Also a lot of office supplies, markers that don't write any more, and a lot of papers shredded and thrown out.
In the recycle bin: a lot of big plastic containers I kept but will probably never use.
Organized: Most of the big closet in the main office; the closet beside my desk; the empty boxes etc. in my bedroom closet; the boxes of games for the kids and the stacks of board games and puzzles. Sewing supplies and patterns from all my sewing in December.
Did more organizing than tossing, but it sure looks better around here.