Joanna Gaines Has a Smart Tip For Dealing With Sentimental Clutter

Joanna Gaines Has a Smart Tip For Dealing With Sentimental Clutter

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Tara Bellucci
Dec 30, 2017
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If one of your resolutions is to declutter in 2018 (ahem, we have a January Cure for that), but you find it hard to let go of the sentimental items, take a page from Fixer Upper star Joanna Gaines' book.

This week, the designer and mom has been organizing her attic and sharing her progress on Instagram. Besides seeing just how many cake stands and teacups she has (spoiler: a lot) and learning a little about her grandparents, we also notice that she has a smart way of dealing with sentimental items that you might have a bit too much of.

If you find yourself unable to KonMari to the fullest because everything sparks joy, you're not alone. But take this tip from Jo: While going through her kids' baby clothes, she kept her favorites and tucked them each in a container with a note, "in case they are sentimental like their mama," she writes on Insta Stories.

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And remember, it's up to you what makes you happy enough to keep. Jo found her old cheerleading uniform and sheets from when she was five:

(Image credit: @joannagaines / Instagram)

But decided to keep the sheets, anyway.

(Image credit: @joannagaines / Instagram)

You do you, Jo.

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