Best Money Tips: Places to Sell Your Clutter for Cash

by Ashley Jacobs on 24 January 2014 2 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some fantastic articles on places to sell your clutter for cash, tips to track your spending, and ways to mastery in everyday life.

Top 5 Articles

11 Places to Sell Your Clutter For Cash — If you want to sell your clutter, try Facebook or Amazon. [PopSugar Smart Living]

5 Tips to Successful Track Your Spending — To successfully track your spending, record your purchases ASAP. [Cult of Money]

58 Ways to Mastery in Everyday Life — Do you want to master something in your everyday life? Remember to take breaks when you've pushed yourself too hard. [Dumb Little Man]

5 Free grocery apps that save you time and money — Grocery iQ and Checkout 51 can help you save time and money. [Squawkfox]

The One Question You Must Ask Before Buying That Shiny New Gadget — Before you buy a new gadget, ask yourself if you will use it as a toy or a productivity tool. [Time Managmenet Ninja]

Other Essential Reading

Now This Is How You Live On Half Your Income! — Tracking your spending for 30 days can help you live on half your income. [Girls Just Wanna Have Funds]

7 Effective Way To Stop Complaining — To stop complaining, learn to adapt and be more mindful. [Stepcase Lifehack]

10 Places Unhappy People Search for Happiness — If you are unhappy, don't search for happiness in a future that isn't guaranteed. [Marc and Angel Hack Life]

What Cool Things Can I Do with All This Free Cloud Storage Space? — Do you have a ton of cloud storage space? Use it to securely collaborate and share files. [Lifehacker]

Top Tips for Setting a Curfew for Your Teen — When setting a curfew for your teen, work with your teen to set a time. [Parenting Squad]

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Thanks for posting. I listed 10 items on ebay last week and only 2 sold. I want to be rid of this stuff, but I know a lot of it still has some significant value.

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I think the best place overall is ebay for those mid to smaller items. The fees are higher, but you usually get more than craigslist.