Best Money Tips: Best Places to Sell Used Stuff

By Amy Lu on 13 January 2015 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on the best places to sell used items, new ways to make extra money, and frugal lifestyle YouTube channels worth following.

Top 5 Articles

13 Best Places to Sell Your Used Items Online & Offline — Threadflip is great for selling clothing and accessories. Its "white glove service" will even help you list, price, and ship your items. [Money Pantry]

New Ways to Make Extra Money — Online chat assistants help customers navigate e-commerce sites, and they can work virtually anywhere! [Bargaineering]

Frugal YouTubers Worth Following — These frugal YouTubers offer their two cents on living a frugal lifestyle, and you can watch their entertaining antics for free! [Kayla K's Thrifty Ways]

Make Natural Dyes With Leftover Fruits and Vegetables — You can use leftover fruits and veggies to make every color of the rainbow! Plus, it's easy, cheap, and eco-friendly. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Save Money at the Bar: Beer Math, Happy Hour and Other Smart Strategies — Ask about happy hour discounts on food a drinks. Most bars will advertise this on their website, but sometimes you just have to call. [The Penny Hoarder]

Other Essential Reading

Six Steps to Bucketing Your Retirement — Worried that your retirement funds won't last? Using the bucket approach to build your savings may help! [Forbes]

How to Save Money on Food This Year — Grow your favorite herbs so you don't need to buy them from the grocery store every time you cook. [My Dollar Plan]

How to Diagnose Your Check Engine Light for Free — Many auto parts stores have OBD-II scanners on hand to help you find the trouble code — and they'll often scan it for free! [Bible Money Matters]

4 Running Workouts That Anyone Can Use to Get in Shape — The Thresholds workout is great for those who don't want to do an all-out sprint or feel like they've been running forever and ever. [Essential You]

Christmas Card Crafts: A Roundup of Fun Ways to Recycle Christmas Cards — Extend the life of your Christmas cards by using them to make ornaments, bookmarks, new cards, and more! [Parenting Squad]

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