More and more we have
accumulated cards; debit cards, credit cards, library cards, insurance
cards... the list for most of us is long, usually convenient but always
a concern in case of fraud, which is more and more common. But there's a
more important one that can take a load off your mind and your
Check the medicine cabinet and make-up/personal care cupboards and drawers. Pay attention to expiration dates! Old make-up grows germs, and if you haven't used an item in a year, will you ever? Watch expiration dates on cans of food; if it's nearly there, or slightly past, donate it to a homeless shelter or other charity. If really past the use date, heave it!
Clean the refrigerator every week or two. By organizing, you will find things easier, and you can discard anything old or moldy. You'll be guarding your health and making life easier. Defrost, clean and re-organize freezers too, from time to time or whenever frost starts to build up. You'll find things easier and save electricity.
Check the tool box or
cabinets - there's things that you don't need or can't use anymore, or
are in bad or dangerous condition. Bet you find 10 year old cans of oil,
car wax, brake fluid, glue, etc. Throw things out, donate or hold a yard