Wednesday, April 22, 2009

How to Recycle Anything

Recently I bought a new dehumidifier and as I stuffed the two big pieces of Styrofoam packing into a garbage bag I found myself wondering "Can I recycle this?" As it turns out I could actually mail them to a recycling center for such things in Richmond, VA (which I won't) but I'm always looking for ways to reduce what I put into the trash can. I ran across this Real Simple article today that I thought was great on what you can and can't recycling. It's definitely worth sharing!

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Take a look at some of my organizing success! (Photos and text used with permission.)


Cluttered Desk


Clean and Clear of Clutter

Chaotic Shelf

Neat and Tidy Home Office

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