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Freecycle if Christmas left you with too much stuff

So often everybody finds that too much stuff is too much, and after Christmas may be the peak time for duplicates of lots of things.

Freecycling on is an answer: The great thing about it is that your good but unwanted item does good for someone else, The item is picked up so you don't have to pay a haul bill, less stuff goes to the landfill you've made our world a little better.

In the spirit of the community, it's a FREE service. For the most part, it is QUICK. Few items stay up more than a day.

1) Go through every overcrowded room and find one item from each room and Freecycle it. Chances are, you'll never miss it.

2) Concentrate on a room at a time: List everything that has to go, and give it away and see how much easier your life is without the clutter.
Freecycling is easy: To submit, use any Contact/Submit button.

This story was posted on 2011-12-26 05:25:53
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