If there’s one thing we can all get behind, it’s that having a clean home is better than having a dirty and cluttered one. While this is easy to say, putting it into practice is usually much more difficult. Take your closet, for example. Most of us have closets full of extra clothes and accessories that we no longer wear or haven’t worn in a long time. Looking at these bursting closets can be a little stressful and make you want to start over fresh. If you think it’s time to start putting everything in its proper place, this complete guide to organizing your closet will help you get started and stay on track.
It’s no secret that our planet needs more and more help as time goes on. Anything we can do to stop the pollution of our planet needs to be put into action as soon as possible. As a singular person, you may often feel like you have no way to cause any real change in the world. We’re here to tell you that that’s not true. When everyone works together, we can collectively make a huge difference. If you want to lessen your impact on the environment, consider donating your old clothing. We’ll show you how donating clothes helps the environment, so you can become someone more environmentally conscious.
There are so many items that people don’t realize they can donate. The fact is, you can donate your old jewelry on top of your clothes and home goods. Donating jewelry is the perfect way to give sentimental pieces a new life while helping those in need throughout the process. In this article, we’ll share a few of the top tips for donating old jewelry so you can clean out your jewelry box.
As the major end of the annual holidays comes to a close, we now find ourselves with an all-too-common problem—figuring out what to do with all those holiday decorations you so lovingly set up. The cleanup can be such a hassle that it’s common to see holiday decorations remain up all throughout the winter. The best way to get rid of decorations you don’t need is by donating them. We’ll show you how to donate old holiday decorations so you don’t need to look at them all the way through January and February.
Shoes can often be one of the worst offenders for clogging up our closets. Throwing them away never seems like the right move, though, especially when some of them are still perfectly good. That’s where we here at GreenDrop come in. Shoes are one of the most in-demand items for charities and homeless shelters. If you’re wondering how to know if your shoes can be donated, we’ll walk you through what to look for.