5 Easy Ways To Price and Sell Used Clothing: The Saturday Weekend Review #198

LOW COST FASHION FOR THE RIGHT PRICE   If second-hand shops can hike the price for the used clothing donations they receive then you should save yourself the trip, sell your own stuff and pocket some extra cash. Even the smart frugal shopper knows that some of the second-hand shops sell overpriced clothing so if you want to sell price your used clothing right! Not everyone wants to make money from their used clothing for various reasons but if you want to pocket some cash then don’t delay post a for sale ad today. That’s my radio jingle of the day, lol. Seriously though, for those of you who have sorted through your closets, dressers and boxes of old clothes you’ve been saving let me show you how to sell them for the best price. Pricing used clothing is like selling a house, it can sell quick or can spend some time on the market waiting for the right buyer. If you price your clothing too high then it likely won’t sell unless it’s a unique, limited or a hard-to find clothing item. Same with a house. Negotiations almost always come into play with all buyers but if they don’t […]

Christmas Countdown: Traditions for a lifetime of memories

WE ALL COME TOGETHER FOR LOVE   December is here and with that the countdown to Christmas has begun. Christmas traditions are something that many families carry on to make Christmas a special and memorable time for their loved ones. Mr.CBB and I recently had a brief conversation about Christmas this year and how I will not see most of my family. He made the comment to me that the older you get the weirder life gets and weird would be an accurate description of my first thoughts about how Christmas will be this year. As families grow and many want to start having their own Christmas morning with their kids in their own home, things change and this is why Christmas traditions become so important. Some traditions may not be able to continue forever but can certainly make some memories that can last a lifetime. Spending time with family and friends and helping those in need is more important to me than any gift my kids and I may receive. It’s easy to get caught up in the commercialization of the holidays and forget the true meaning of Christmas but that doesn’t mean you have to celebrate like Scrooge. […]

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