I had no idea when I started the Turn Clutter Into Cash Challenge a couple of weeks ago that my life would be as hectic as it would be.
Every weekend has had either something kid-related or work-related to do – and some of them out of town, no less! Then we’ve had sick kids and homework and all the usual day-to-day business.
So… I’m a little bit behind schedule on the Turn Clutter Into Cash Challenge.
I have made some progress, however. I have sold three things in a local Facebook group and made $47. It was very easy to sell the items. All of them sold within minutes of posting them. And the people were very nice. The hardest part was coordinating a time to make the exchange. I wanted to make sure to maximize my trip to town so that it wasn’t the only reason I was making the 28-mile trip.
Because our schedule has been so busy, I haven’t listed anything else and won’t until next week. But I have made a list of the things (mostly old toys) that I planning to sell and will take photos of the items as I find little blocks of time. Then when I’m ready to sell them, the descriptions and photos will be ready to go and all I have to do is post them.
Next week, I’ll also be bringing in some items to donate – mostly clothing and books. I could probably sell some of them if I wanted to take the time, but honestly, it just feels better to donate them. I’ll try to remember to get receipts for tax purposes.
How is the Turn Clutter Into Cash Challenge going for you? Have you gotten rid of some stuff? Have you made any cash?
About Christina Brown
Christina loves clipping coupons, pinching pennies, and chasing her three boys (a 10-year-old and twin 8-year-olds) as a stay-at-home mom.