Most of us all have too much stuff. We treasure utterly useless things and refuse to part with them. The clutter collects and we find r om places to hide it. Drawers are a favorite for most people. You never know what you will find in your mother’s kitchen drawer. I saw my mother this week and went look for a lithium battery and extra birth control in her kitchen drawer. I didn’t find either, but if those items would have been anywhere, it would be in my mother’s kitchen drawer. Some people keep things because they are sentimental. I have most of the cards people have ever given me. I actually framed a collage, made scrapbook style, of most of my wedding cards. Some people, like my husband, keep things that seemingly have a practical purpose, although in most cases that practicality has yet to be proven. At one point not so long ago, my kitchen looked as though I had robbed Starbucks. There were stacks of cups, lids, straws, you name it. I may have also even had napkins. It made perfect sense to me. Water is free and usually comes with ice as well, from anywhere if only you had a cup. So I made it a point to always have a cup. Then in realization of all my ghetto fabulousness, I ditched the cups and forked out like $15 to buy the official Starbucks reusable cup. It serves a purpose but it leaks and I miss my old collection of disposables. So whatever it is, chances are that you too have some clutter that you simply cannot part with.