Not all photos are perfect. It’s natural to have good ones and bad ones, especially in digital photography where you can take as many photos as you want with no guilt involving the cost of film and development.
If you’re old enough to remember shooting in film, you probably tossed only the truly terrible shots. You then (likely) left the mediocre ones in the envelope you got from the photo lab, and you (probably) forgot about them. Only the best shots made their way out of the envelope and into a physical album. That’s a strategy you can use today: assess and trash the worst ones, leave the mediocre ones alone, and then plop the best ones into a Collection (Lightroom’s term for a digital album).