Opt out of mailing and telemarketing lists by logging on to 82.
Search for phone numbers online instead of storing bulky Yellow and White Pages volumes.83.
earth911Find local recycling and reuse programs for all kinds of household items.8.
127Set up shop at the World's Longest Yard Sale, August 2-5, along 450 miles of Highway 127 in the southeastern U. Or peddle your wares in your own front yard on National Garage Sale Day, August 10.10.
Donate a used vehicle to support your local public radio station.33.
Give everything from storybooks to encyclopedias.34. Cap4Send towels and newspapers to animal shelters.35. Post donations for charities (and regular folks) to claim.37.
Keep concealer, lipstick, eye- and lip liners, fragrances, powders, blushes, and shadows for only a year and a half to two years.74.-76.
Say goodbye to the dried-out remnants of your favorite no-longer-available lipstick, and check out threecustom.com, T. Maxx stores, or Lancome's beauty bye-bye program for replacements or duplicates of discontinued cosmetics.77.
File your taxes through an authorized IRS e-file provider.79.
Cargo cosmetics' Plant Love lipstick tubes come in plantable boxes that sprout wildflowers.45. Download security software like Stopzilla to keep a lid on computer pop-ups.53. Get cash for gift cards you'll never use.60 Trade the books you have for the ones you want.61.
Around 23 percent of people pay late fees on bills they cannot find.54. Trade the DVDs you've seen for the ones you haven't.62.
1.4 million Americans suffer from chronic hoarding & clutter.2. Lock it up in more than 2,100 locations around the U. Schedule a pickup with your local Salvation Army.7.
1800Got Pay someone else to take out the (big, cumbersome) trash.5.