Household organizational issues? Need some decluttering ideas? Working on Spring Cleaning? If you’re like me….you can say yes, yes and yes to all these issues!
Join me in a recent interview with Goodwill spokesperson, Lorie Marrero, as she shares some decluttering household tips and organization tips for your home as well as talking about Goodwill’s Give Back Box Platform program to also aid in the decluttering of your home.
In the interview, Lorie eagerly shares closet and classroom organization tips. She also demonstrates how easy the Giveback Box works. In a nutshell:
Consumers who shop online with Goodwill’s brand partners can reuse their shipping boxes, and send clothing and household items they no longer need directly to Goodwill. All you have to do is attach a pre-paid shipping label downloaded at www.goodwill.org/givebackbox, drop off your box off at UPS store or have the post office pick it up. The shipping is free!
This easy solution also enables Goodwill to help people find work and strengthen their families, while promoting a healthier environment by keeping cardboard boxes used to ship online orders out of community landfills. It is also a perfect way to clean up remaining boxes from holiday shopping. With this new program, there is no excuse of how to get rid of boxes and those items you are not currently using any longer like clothes or household items to declutter your home. It’s a win-win for everyone!
Click here for the complete interview: http://bcove.me/o5g8gvld
More about Lorie
Lorie is an organizing expert, contributor to Woman’s Day Magazine and founder of the Clutter Diet. She helps people reduce clutter in their lives and organize their spaces. She can give tips on how to declutter and easily give back at the same time. Lorie also wrote the Wall Street Journal best-selling book, The Clutter Diet: The Skinny on Organizing Your Home and Taking Control of Your Life, and is the author of The Home Office Handbook Rules of Thumb for Organizing Your Time, Information and Workspace.
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