Being the dumper is much harder than being the dumpee.
Eco-organizer Julie Naylon can help you cope.
Think of her like a matchmaking service for your crap. Instead of just throwing things away, she shows you how to fix, sell, or properly dispose of unwanted items. For example, you could donate stacks of old towels to the Humane Society or turn them into rags; give partially used products (shampoos, lotions) to a shelter for battered women. Consult her handy list for what goes into curbside blue bins and what’s considered household hazard waste (old medicine, paint).
Naylon also has great tips for taming unruly closets, like grouping clothes together so you can a) find things and b) whittle down your wardrobe to all-time favorites.
Who knows? You might even rekindle an old flame.
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