1. Change - as in coins. They're everywhere. They're like rabbits, you turn your back and they've double in number. And is there a convenient way to store change? Right now, I've stuffed it all in a clutch.
2. Magazines. It really makes no sense to be so attached to a magazine, I know that. This same thing happened in college, the age old struggle to get rid of the Vogue tabbed with Giselle hair styles my roommate and I could pull off, the Vanity Fair featuring 'Kate the Great', the W cover shoot with the Beckhams. In the end of course, logic won, and I threw them all away. Well, except for the Vogue September issue that was featured in the movie The September Issue. That one I'm keeping.
3. Cords. I feel bad getting rid of these too. And worried that one day I'm going to try to plug something in only to realize I don't have the proper cord. What can you do?
4. Birth Announcements. (Or are they called Baby Announcements? I really don't know.) I decided to keep these since some of these babies I have yet to meet in real life and this is the only photo I have of them.
5. Jewelry boxes. As in the box jewelry comes in. Let's face it, they get used about twice before the necklace gets shoved in a pile with the rest of them (in the jewelry box that you're meant to fill yourself) and that ring takes up permanent residency on your nightstand. They're too small for practical use, but so nice and well-made, it's hard to want to get rid of them.
Any moving tips? Anything you hate getting rid of even though you know you should?