7 Items Every Woman Should Get Rid of (But Doesn't)
When we head to the trash can or eBay, there are certain things we forget to include. Here are the sneaky extras that clutter up the corners of our homes.
The Outdated Gadgets We Don't Know What to Do With
Roughly 68 percent of people hold onto old cell phones, cameras and other tech toys for years after they've stopped using them, according to a 2013 uSell.com
survey. Why? Half of us don't know what to do with them. One handy tool for figuring out how—and where—to recycle gadgets that no longer work is the Environmental Protection Agency's website
, where you can find out what options manufacturers and retailers offer. If the device still works, you might be surprised what it can net you: A third-generation iPad can fetch up to $250 when sold online, found uSell.com. But, if you don't want to go through the hassle of posting and shipping, you can always donate your unwanted items to the National Cristina Foundation, which matches your used equipment with an organization in need