@What-Shot I’m very type A, so I take lots of screenshots. You never know when you might need to reference something. I have 12K+ photos on my phone with the majority of them assigned to specific albums.
@Xiao I have hoarder tendencies. I hang onto paper receipts/invoices and boxes for most non-food items. A part of my brain tells me I may need them again someday. In actuality, that rarely happens but I can’t break the habit.
Could not sleep and saw it at like 4AM. In my exhausted state I thought it was a poll and picked granola bars. In retrospect I wish I had chosen apples too. That'll teach me to try to Ibotta while not fully alert. lol
I don't know about this one specifically but I do know that we a/b test different things in the app, sometimes this applies to bonuses. The goal is to assess performance on changes before pushing them out to a greater audience, and that is ultimately contingent on how many people use it.
@123Save I used to save ‘everything’! Then, it downed on me - what happens when I die…? I don’t want my family going through all of my stuff🤣
I’ve read KonMari books (also watched her shows later) and tried to apply some methods that made sense and were applicable to me.
However, one thing I take to heart was you only do what you can and if/when you’re ready. Also, don’t do it for someone else. My husband was initially very resistant to the idea, so I didn’t push him. But by watching what I was doing, he eventually came around.
Anyway, you should be entitled to keep anything you would like and don’t let anyone tell you otherwise!
I hoard containers. I love containers. I sometimes require large containers to place the smaller containers; sometimes it is like Matryoshka dolls. I don't just buy then. I repurpose them from things I buy.
I love the larger gum bottles, but my favorites are the plastic bouillon bottles. They are perfect for storing some office supplies, especially since they often stack well. My straws are kept in pringle cans. I have votives in Oui bottles.
I like some of the prep container quality stuff you get from Denny's and even Boston Market.
The problem is I also like to accumulate actual retail containers. I think the ratio of kitchen containers to inhabitants is probably 73:1. I have at least 3 or 4 large 18 pc sets or something like that that are still boxed up brand new. And don't get me started on the Pyrex and Corningware.
And while we are at it, why is it so impossible to keep new cookie/baking sheets from discoloring. Yeah, I mean heat. I get it. It really annoys me though
When I die, my son will just give all my stuff away and I already know that. I wish he would at least sell it......lol