March 9 – Spring Cleaning your Cupboards

John answered, “Anyone who has two shirts should share with the one who has none, and anyone who has food should do the same.” ~ Luke 3:11

Spring cleaning is meant to declutter, organize, and sanitize your homes. Spring cleaning is always a great way to clear out all the cluster in your home and you can do it in an eco-friendly way and be green. So this lent take the initiative to clear out your closet and do it in a eco-friendly way.

Most times people create a lot of waste when they spring clean. Here are ways which you can spring clean the green way:

Reduce: The first step to fighting messes and keeping your home clean is getting rid of all that stuff you never use Go room-by-room, drawer-by-drawer, closet-by-closet and group the items that you haven’t used in a while. If you cannot remember that last time you used it, or you forgot that you had it, it is a good sign that it is time to let it go.

Reuse: Once you have separated the items from your closet, avoid the “throw it away” mentality and think about how the item can get re-used.

Donate: Once you have noted down what you can use, separate out items that someone else might need. There are probably plenty of items that you don’t need or want anymore, but someone else would appreciate.

Garage sale: If you do not want to donate your clothes, you can host a garage sale in your community

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