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.
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.