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Day 10 of 33 Days And 33 Ways To Save Money And Reduce Debt: Sell Some Stuff

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Day 10: Sell Some Stuff

Look around your house, find some ‘stuff’ you are not using, and sell it. Seriously, I’ll bet you have two or three hundred dollars worth of ‘stuff’ sitting in your closets, taking up space. Baby clothes, toys, computer accessories, comic books, DVDs, CDs, roller blades, washing machines, tires, bicycles – You name it, somebody wants to buy it.

I have a job that requires me to be available “24/7”, so there’s no way that I could go out and get a second job. Instead, I make it my goal to earn extra income by buying and selling things on eBay. Finding something to sell is usually as easy as looking through your closets, under the bed, or out in the storage building. Remember, the more income you can generate, the faster you can get out of debt.

Have you sold some stuff recently?. Leave a comment and let us know. If you are a blogger, write a post selling stuff so that you can use the proceeds for debt reduction and contact me. I’ll be more than happy to link to your post.
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8 thoughts on “Day 10 of 33 Days And 33 Ways To Save Money And Reduce Debt: Sell Some Stuff

  1. I’ve sold 18 books on Amazon since August 1st. I haven’t made a huge profit margin but I’ve opened up some shelf space for my new financial planning books. Ebay has reduced their listing prices for the month of September 😉

    I can’t wait to hear your next podcast! It’s my little “cheat” while I work on Saturdays since I can’t take a lunch hour 🙂

  2. Check YahooGroups for email groups that are similar to CraigsList, too. We don’t have CL here, but the lady who moderates the FreeCycle group for the area has a sister list for items that don’t fit the rules for FreeCycle, including items for sale. I’ve sold a bunch of items that way.

  3. We’ve been selling on ebay for years – and this month I’ve made a goal to get at least 11 things listed during their listing sale. As of tonight, I’m already halfway there!

    We need to rebuild our Baby Emergency Fund after Murphy visited the car…so ebay is a great way to do that. 🙂

  4. On Friday I actually used my sales techniques to sell my Sony PSP to another employee for about $100. I hardly use the thing anymore so that was a good sale for me. I’m sure if I look around my room I can find more things. Anyways, I got an Apple Bluetooth keyboard up for grabs ;]

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