I mean go through your house, top to bottom and clear out what you don't use, then sell it.
- Car Boot
- Cards in Shop Windows
Clear your clutter and make money.
The most important thing I find is not to get precious about things. Will you really wear those out of fashion jeans? How often do you use that kitchen appliance? Have the kids grown out of their toys?
It's a quick and easy way to get some money in for Christmas and if you work on the premise of getting £1 for each item then anything else is a bonus. I can easily find 100 things around the house that we no longer need or use. That's £100 quid!!
So get clutter clearing!!
Go for the three pile approach
- Bin (broken and can't be sold on ebay for spares or poor condition)
- Charity (not quite sellable condition but life left)
Another route is the Cash for Clothes (other shops which pay for clothes are available I'm sure, just that the one on our high street is actually called that!) shops. Personally, I think a charity can benefit more from a bag of clothes I can't sell than me getting 50p per kilo, but if you have a lot of denim or heavy coats then that could be worthwhile.
I'm off to get ebay listing!!
Good luck - and Get it Done!!