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You probably don’t need these items anymore. . .

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Household items to get rid of!

It’s 2019 and it’s very likely you have outgrown many of your current household items, or you just have unnecessary clutter, but either way, you probably need to make a change.

Instead of letting unused items lay around, sell profitable items, donate reusable goods, and if it’s garbage, just place it in the trash!

Sometimes it’s hard to let go, but saying goodbye to the old, opens up room for the new.

Before you can truly get rid of anything, you first need to sort through your stuff and create a ‘donate’, ‘sell’, and ‘trash’, piles.

Are you still saving things you got in middle school or high school? You definitely don’t need those items anymore.

Here are items that you should consider getting rid of:

  1. Fancy Graphing Calculators.

Remember in high school days when each math course, besides Geometry, required overpriced? Well, they still are, and high schoolers are still in need. Parents and students would be overjoyed to purchase one of these calculators second hand, AND, at a better price. Unless your current activities require one of these calculators, it’s time to get rid of it. Think about it, instead of paying close to $120 retail, a parent or student would totally love your second-hand price.

  •  Landline Phones

It’s 2019, everyone you know probably has a cellphone, so why keep something of the sort around? This item should be in your trash pile.  

  • Old Receipts

Every paper receipt is accessible online, so it’s probably time they’ve hit the recycling bin.

  • Clothing

There is no need to hold on to that dress that doesn’t fit anymore just because it reminds you of a great time. If it doesn’t fit, it’s time to move on.

  • Cellphones

There are new generations of phones yearly, so there is definitely no need to keep your old one. It’s really easy to make quick cash on one of these devices, especially if the quality is preserved.

The choice is with you what will be done with the items, but it’s always a good idea to make room for the new.

It’s normal to feel attached to old goods especially if there is sentimental value, but at the end of the day, there will always be new items to fill the void.

Remember, newer goods are updated, fresh, more advanced, and have more to provide, so you should always be willing to give them a try!

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