One of the last steps in any move is deciding what to do with all of your leftover cardboard boxes. You don’t even have to have a lot of stuff to wind up with a lot of them. Even if you’ve moved into, say, a modest, one-bedroom apartment, you can easily be left with 60 boxes—or more.
Chances are you had to spend some time or money (or both) gathering your boxes, and if you’re like most people, you probably don’t want to just throw them away. However, if you need to get rid of them, we put together a few suggestions for you. (See end of the article.)
Cardboard boxes can be very handy, however, and if you’d rather repurpose (at least a few of) your boxes instead of recycling them, we’ve compiled a list of fun ways to do that, too.
Check out these ideas:
Prefer Recycling to Repurposing?
If you simply need to get rid of your boxes, here are some options:
You've moved in. You've unpacked (finally). You've heard from your friends "When can I see your new place?" so many times you've lost count. Looks like it's finally time to throw a housewarming party.