How to Follow Marie Kondo’s Method, Sustainably

Read the full story in the New York Times.

For those of us hooked on the Netflix show “Tidying Up with Marie Kondo,” this has been a season of decluttering. (If you haven’t caught the bug yet, consider taking The Times’s Tidy Home Challenge).

But when you clear the closets of the stuff that no longer sparks joy, or simply doesn’t fit, you are confronted with a pile of possessions in need of a new home. It may be tempting to take the junk to the dump, leave it on the curb or hand off a mass of unsorted goods to a charity that may not want or need them.

Do the planet a favor instead. Many items can be sold, donated or recycled properly, giving them another life that will be better for the environment.

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