Shirley Conran's Superwoman was a best-seller that helped millions of people get their lives organised without becoming a slave to housework. Unsurprisingly, it's got some useful ideas which are a neat way to round out Spring Cleaning Week.
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The most obvious upside to a bout of spring cleaning is psychological: it's easier to get things done and you don't feel so oppressed by clutter. But getting rid of usable-to-others-but-useless-to-you stuff can also be a handy way of getting some extra cash. The trick is to know what not to sell.
If you're in a spring cleaning frenzy, chances are you're going to dig up an old mobile phone or two; there's an estimated 16 million spare phones kicking around the country. Here's the Australian options for disposing of a mobile you no longer need (or that no longer works).
Our recent post about must-have items to keep in your car stirred up a lot of comments from readers. Here's the five most useful suggestions that popped up.
Dear Lifehacker, I recently bought a $69 HP Deskjet F4480 in an effort to go paperless (it was cheaper to get a scanner/printer combo) and was wondering if there are any programs that let me scan from paper -> PDF? The device came with HP software, but I’d rather not install it (I want something that doesn’t take over my system).