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Free Box Removal That Helps Your Community! | Clutter Video Tip

Our lives can get so hectic and busy, it feels like one more “to do” may be the last straw. But what if I showed you a way to take it easy? A way to accomplish multiple benefits just by completing one task that’s as easy as falling off a log?

(Click here to watch on YouTube if you can’t see the embedded player. Or watch the video at http://bit.ly/tcdgiveback)

Transcript:

Hi. I’m Lorie Marrero, creator of the Clutter Diet book and on-line program, and I’m excited to tell you today about a new innovative tool that allows you to send your donations to Goodwill without leaving your house.

So let’s say you’ve done some on-line shopping, and you have cardboard boxes sitting around. You’ve got to break those down and recycle them. Well, don’t worry about that. Just fill the boxes with donatable items like these jeans here and seal them up, go to givebackbox.com, and print a shipping label at no cost to you. You can even request a pickup from your postal carrier from your front porch. So just print this out, request the pickup, and seal it all up and put it out there to be taken to the nearest participating Goodwill agency. It is that simple.

So you have made room for all the new stuff that you just bought with your on-line shopping, and now you’ve gotten rid of the things that you no longer use, and you’ve cleared the clutter, and you have supported community services like job training and job placement services that Goodwill provides. If you want to know more information about this, you can go to givebackbox.com, or you can go to goodwill.org/givebackbox, and if you want more clutter clearing strategies, just subscribe here to our YouTube channel.

Alright. See you next time, and may you always be happy and grateful for having more than enough.

You may have been searching for what to do when you don’t have time to donate or reusing boxes.

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