Best Money Tips: Where to Cash in Your Clutter

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some helpful articles on where to cash in your clutter, things you didn’t know about procrastination and how to cure it, and travel tips for infrequent fliers.

Top 5 Articles

6 Places You Can Cash in Your Clutter — Need some extra cash? Threadflip buys (and sells) second-hand brand-name clothing in good condition. [Everybody Loves Your Money]

What You Never Knew About Procrastination and How to Cure It — Set up a reward system to push yourself to complete the tasks that you dread. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Fourteen Travel Tips for Infrequent Fliers — Before you park your car at the airport, look for nearby garages with better rates. [Mighty Bargain Hunter]

3 Money Moves to Make Before a Career Change — Build up your emergency fund; it'll come in handy if there's a lag between the last paycheck from your old job and the first paycheck from your next one. [Money Blue Book]

The Quickest Path to Building Trust – In Just 6 (Big) Steps — Build trust by being a "doer," not a "talker." [Terry St. Marie]

Other Essential Reading

The Most Important Thing You Can Do to Get Out of Debt — To ensure you get out of debt and STAY out, you need to change your money habits — stop debt spending. [Money Smart Life]

Searching for More Ways to Give? Check Out These 6 New Charitable Platforms — When you shop through websites like and, a portion of your payment is automatically donated to the charity of your choice. [PT Money]

4 Interactive Books Your Children Will Love — Celebrate the holidays with the lift-the-tab, 50th anniversary edition of Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer. [Parenting Squad]

5 Things to Do When You’re Discouraged Beyond Measure — When times are tough, it's important to keep looking at the big picture. Think about where you were 5 or 10 years ago, and remind yourself how far you've come! [Christian PF]

How to Pay Off Debt as a Self-Employed Solopreneur or Freelancer — Instead of putting a set dollar amount towards debt each month, use a percentage so the amount will go up or down with your monthly income. [Careful Cents]

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I will have to check these out. I am trying to declutter some of the rooms in our apartment.