In the winter months, we spend a lot of time indoors looking at stuff and thinking we really should get rid of it.
The heirloom piano, college novels, drawer of dead cellphones, your grandmother’s flowered china — everyone’s got something extra lying around. But it’s hard to take that first step in the clutter-purging process. That’s because, as any professional organizer will tell you, clutter is filled with emotion. Making the decision to get rid of something can be difficult; then you have to determine the best plan to make it happen. What is it really worth? Where is the best place to donate it? Will anyone else even want it? There are so many options today: Craigslist, eBay, Freecycle, charity donation trucks, consignment stores, auctions and yard sales.
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