There’s a common theme among clients I work with, and that is they all want to hold onto the 8 million cords they’ve shoved into bins, and that they have no idea what they go to.
“I might need them,” they always say. I’ve even had clients try to hold on to ethernet cables — you know the ones that plug your computer into the phone line or router — even though most of us have Wi-Fi.
I am here to tell you if you have not used those cords, it is time to let them go.
I am so confident you can get rid of them because if all the electronics are properly working in your home, it means they already have the right cords they need. And if they aren’t working, call someone to come fix it, and they will bring the necessary cords.
Second, electronics come with extra cords you will never need.
If you are concerned about the landfill taking all these cords, there is a place in Raleigh that will recycle them for you.
Anything With a Plug will take any electronic or cord! If it’s a large electronic, like a huge flatscreen that does not work anymore, they will come pick it up.
Call them. Now. Rid yourself of the cords you will never need.