If you regularly receive flower deliveries, then you may have many extra vases; but, because you always receive a new vase with each bouquet, you don’t really need to hold onto all those extra vases.
If you feel like you should hold onto the vases, try keeping one each short, medium, and tall and you’ll be prepared for some spontaneous flower arranging.
Of course, if you frequently buy a bunch of flowers from the flower shop or grocery store, then you already know what size vase(s) you use and need.
If you rarely or never buy or receive a bouquet that doesn’t come with its own vase, you might decide that you don’t need to hold onto any vases. If you receive flowers and you don’t have a vase for them, you can always be creative and set the blooms in drinking glasses, jars, a pitcher, or a ceramic bowl.
Only if this doesn’t apply to you: Eliminate a snack that you are eating only because you are bored, or you need a break.
Susan Caplan McCarthy
I'm Susan, a writer and teacher developing a second career as a Decluttering Coach.