World’s Best Mom trophies, clay handprints and bowls, handmade jewelry … you probably have quite a collection of adorable gifts and creations from your kids that hold special memories. Those objects can take up a lot of space. Memorabilia serves the same endgame as photographs – to preserve your recollections and tell your story. There are 2 types of memorabilia: items you can photograph, document, backup and discard; and those that you photograph, document, backup and keep. The key to controlling the mess is to be selective about the keepers. That can be an emotional process. My May 2018 newsletter was chock-full of ideas for taming your memorabilia.