Unless you’re a sworn minimalist, you’re one of millions who have acquired more stuff than you actually use on a regular basis. Some of your excess consists of perfectly good items that you once loved, but you’ve since replaced them with upgraded versions, have grown bored with these things or have simply moved on from your attachment to them. The problem now is sorting through it all and figuring out exactly where to get rid of what. Whether you’re downsizing, deciding to become a minimalist or just need to declutter your environment, the advice that follows can certainly help.
Where has the time gone? It seems like just yesterday we were celebrating our dads, but now his big day is upon us, once again. So, what do you get the guy who means so much to you and probably doesn’t ever expect anything in return? How about an upgrade? Be it his wardrobe or his toys, if your dad is like most others, he can use a little push in replacing some of these items.
If you’ve ever tried to rid yourself of an old television or computer, you already know a thing or two about e-waste. For starters, you know that it’s not just some trendy name made up for electronic stuff you no longer need and that it’s also not something you can just toss and render it gone. Not legally, at least.
What Qualifies as E-Waste?
After today, you’re going to tell everyone you know about the Gone! app. You won’t do so simply because we offer a most convenient way to get rid of your stuff, but you’ll also spread the word about Gone! to stop your loved ones from making a costly mistake. Had one Bay Area woman had a friend like you, she might be $200,000 richer today.
Can one have it all and do it all? Will you accomplish joy in your existence with the majority of the requests pulling at you in diverse headings? At the end of the day, would you be able to truly adjust work, home and social duties?
Accomplishing an ideal work-life parity has turn into a key objective for working experts around the world. Experts consider work-life balance a crucial element which influences their inspiration levels at work significantly.
Are you able to maintain a solid harmony between your office and family life?
The following are a few tips:
As a kid, garage sales were fun. You’d make a small pile of things to sell – a cat stuffed animal, a journal you didn’t use, a handmade beaded necklace. You’d set your items out with the rest of the family’s stuff and feel like an adult doin’ business. Someone would buy the journal for $.50 and the stuffed animal for $.75. (No one took the handmade necklace). $.1.25 in cash? Sweet!
But now, as an adult? Not so sweet. Garage sales are a LOT of work. Here are some of the reasons we are not having a garage sale this summer – or probably ever again.
Between wedding season and moving season, a lot of couples are taking the leap and moving in together. It’s an exciting time — getting to come home to each other every day, making dinner together, decorating together. But there’s an inevitable part of moving in together — you now have double the amount of stuff.
Last week we flew to New York City for the Global Innovator: Mobile event, which brought together a group of innovative start-ups to discuss the biggest tech trends on the market and compete for the most votes.
The voting panel had some of the most active VCs in the NYC venture community, such as Danny Schultz (Managing Director, Gotham Ventures), Jalak Jobanputra (Managing Partner, FuturePerfect Venture Capital), Hadley Harris (General Partner, Eniac Ventures) and Nic Poulos (Principal, Bowery Capital).