My Organizing Obsession Keepsake Boxes
Throughout the year 2020, it has become clear what is most precious to us. As we think about connections, family and friends, we know that relationships are by far the most precious. There are some small significant items that are priceless to us. These may be a baby birth announcement, a lock of hair, a college honor society pin or a note from a parent. My organizing obsession is a place to keep these precious items and honor them.
- Keepsake boxes come in all sizes and shapes. These can be decorative or plain, locked or keyless. The concept is that every item needs a home and precious keepsakes are no different. You decide what is to be stored in this box because of it’s value to you.
- Every member of your family should have their own box to keep what they consider precious. Store this box on the top shelf of that person’s closet. It’s easy to place items and retrieve it when you want a happy boost.
- What if your items are larger than the box? Take a photo and print that to keep in your box.
What is in my keepsake box? My mom’s gold wedding band, a shell from my first trip to the beach with my husband, small trinkets my children gave me when they were little and pins of all sorts from all different times in my life.
Too many times have I seen my clients’ precious items mixed in with what’s not precious. I love that these special items have a special home.