We take stuff to Goodwill regularly. Once a month we donate clothing, household goods like the overflow of casserole dishes or utensils that are crammed in the drawers. I don't know who brings all this stuff into our house, but I bet it's me.
The last big haul I cleared out was a big garbage bag of sheets and pillow cases. Sheets from the kids college days that they changed their taste every year or just too many sets of sheets. Well, plus they were falling off the shelf onto the closet floor so instead of tyring to cram them back on the shelf, I donated several sets of bed sheets to Goodwill.
Day 1) Clear your closet clutter
Day 2) Time to tackle the kitchen
Day 3) Spread holiday cheer (holiday decorations, center pieces, Halloween)
Day 4) Downsize your tech toys (used laptops)
Day 5) Clean out your office supplies
Day 6) Provide quality entertainment (unused movies, video games)
Day 7) Downsize your bookshelf
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See How to Clean Your Home Snap Guide for more helpful information on Spring Cleaning and Goodwill. Visit Goodwill to find a location in your area to take your donations.
This post was made possible through the support of Goodwill. All opinions are my own.