If your closet and bookshelves and even the space under your bed has no more room to put things, it can be stressful. Clutter leads to chaos and chaos leads to screaming for mercy. Bust that clutter and you will find yourself breathing a sigh of relief.
You could find a great home for all this overabundance of stuff by giving someone else a chance to own it. It may be just what they are looking for. And you are recycling not clogging the landfills.
There are many ways to do this:
- Give it to someone you know
- Donate it to a thrift shop
- Post an ad at your local Freecycle website
- Put a notice up on a bulletin board
- Advertise in the newspaper
- Have a garage sale
- Sell at an ecommerce site like eBay.
If you find eBay intimidating or the fees too expensive, give Kijiji a try. Kijiji offers free classified ads from people who live in and around Orlando to buy and sell goods, find jobs, housing, pets and more. Kijiji was launched in March of 2005 as a subsidary of eBay. The site is user friendly and very easy to navigate. All you need is a picture, description, and to set a price. The rest is easy. Definition of Kijiji on the Web:
Kijiji (Swahili for village) is a centralized network of online urban communities for posting local online classified
Categories on Kijiji include:
* For Sale (all kinds of items)
* Cars and Vehicles
The community area includes:
* Activity partners
* Artists, musicians
* Carpool, rideshare
* Classes, lessons
* Garage sales
* Lost & found
There is even a wanted section where you can list things you have been looking for, and a free section where you can exchange your stuff for someone else's! Business owners can also promote their business and services offered in the classified ads.
But beware! You will also enjoy shopping here for great deals on items for the kids and yourself and you could be right back where you started from if you aren't careful.
If you want to be found at the most popular selling site on the web you need to get on eBay of course!
Sell that oversupply of stuff, its the "green" thing to do. Your stuff doesn't end up in a landfill somewhere, at least