Thursday, June 18, 2015
Keep: (as in keep it on display)
• Souvenirs from your summer trips. Reminisce the awesome summer you’ve had by always looking at these small trinkets.• Umbrellas, raincoats and rain boots. With the rainy season almost upon us, having these items handy is a must.• Books. School has started, and getting kids to read more books is always a good thing.• Heavier mats, curtains and bedclothes. Gone are the days for breezy linen and cloth. Prepare for the cold bed weather with thicker bed sheets, blankets and comforters.
Keep: (as in pack away or store)
• Those Christmas ornaments. These should have been packed away waaaay before summer started.• That summer salbabida and other summer stuff. Rid your house of the dregs of summer because nobody will be using these items for a while.
Ditch: (as in throw away)
It can be very difficult to part with items in our garages or attics, but remember that maintaining our homes should be number 1 on our lists when thinking of the stormy weather ahead.• Old bottles, cans and boxes and those folders and folders of old documents• “Sentimental” summer “memorabilia” (yes, we are looking at you, candy wrapper you ate at Boracay)• Anything that might contribute to flooding in your area and may cause sickness or harm