Why your stuff isn't selling: selling your clutter for cash

Why your stuff isn't selling: selling your clutter for cash

In case you didn’t know, I am a HUGE advocate for selling the stuff inside your home that you don’t need and putting that cash toward debt of other financial goals.

Americans have more stuff than we could possible need. I read a statistic recently that said that we buy 30% of the world's stuff. If you need some cash fast, selling your things online or on Facebook Marketplace or in a yard sale will help you make money in a few days.

But I've heard from a lot of you that your stuff just doesn't move like you want it to. So I'm going to help you troubleshoot that situation.

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Four things to do after a financial mistake

Four things to do after a financial mistake

We're not all perfect little money angels. And we don't need to pretend to be. Everyone makes mistakes. That is part of being a human. That is part of the learning process and the growing process. Mistakes happen.

But what do you do after you have had a financial upset or you have made a financial mistake?

It's tough. It's hard. It hurts sometimes. It hurts to realize that you did something stupid, but it also hurts to have to fix it. I want to talk about what to do when you have made a financial mistake and how to come back from that.

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Small changes that helped us get out of debt

Small changes that helped us get out of debt

When we talked getting out of debt it can feel a bit overwhelming, right? Like it takes a lot of HUGE changes to get out of debt. 

Yes, there will be some lifestyle changes that need to be made. Yes, you will have to change your thought process and relationship with money. But I truly, honestly believe that it is the small changes that have the biggest impact on our lives.
 
So let's talk some of those small changes. 

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