There comes a time in many people’s lives when they have a lot of stuff but not a lot of money in their wallets. At this point, it’s almost a no-brainer—it’s time to start selling your possessions. However, it’s not always so simple. Keep a few things in mind when considering when to sell vs. when to donate your stuff. Selling may not necessarily be that beneficial, and your old items could still do some good in the world.
Nowadays, the communities that we engage with are more important than ever. Everyone can benefit from a close-knit and productive community. The real challenge comes from thinking about how we can each do our part to better our communities, so we can really get the most out of them. Giving back to your community via donations or time is the perfect way to strengthen the bonds made within. Here, we’ll take a look at how charitable giving improves the community, so you can make those connections even stronger.
GreenDrop takes a lot more than just clothing donations. Because we often send our items to thrift and secondhand stores, many people think all we take is clothing. However, we also accept many other things, such as small wooden furniture. Here we’ll tell you about what kind of furniture you can donate so that the next time you move or redecorate your home, you know where to bring your well-loved leftovers.
Finding the right items to donate is just the first part of the donation process. You may find that you have quite a bit more than you originally intended to donate. This happens to most people when they do a big home cleanout looking for donatable items. Knowing how to organize donation items is a crucial step to the process, as it makes your job easier and gets those items onto shelves sooner rather than later.
You can’t even bear to look at it sometimes, right? That corner of your house where all the excess clutter lives or the closet where you shove everything without its own place. You’re hardly the only person to have these areas in your home, but why do we let them get so bad? As it turns out, there are many reasons why it’s so hard to get rid of clutter. We’ll show you some common explanations so that you’re more aware of your own reasoning.