A while back, I had the opportunity to attend the Get Radical Conference. There, the panelists, keynote speakers, and fellow attendees poured into me with inspiration and practical tips. They wanted to get me from where I am to where I want to be. I was enlightened since I could use these tips as a short-term solution when I’m strapped for cash. But, I could also turn them into a legitimate side hustle for long term financial relief.
Side Hustle: 8 Places To Sell Your Unwanted Clothes For Quick Cash
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Over the course of that weekend, one word kept replaying in my head. And that word was SHED.
Yes, shed– reduce, get rid of, do away with.
Yes, shed– reduce, get rid of, do away with. And in all aspects of my life: SHED unwanted relationships that no longer serve me, SHED unneeded weight that I have been holding on to, SHED toxic habits and ways of thinking that drown out my higher self, and for the more practical, SHED material items that I don’t need, don’t use, and don’t help me live aligned to my truth.
For this post, I am going to focus on the last piece: shedding material items that no longer serve you and because I’m frugal and entrepreneurial, I am going to share with you how to maximize your financial bottom line in the process.
If you are looking to SHED for a season, reason, or lifetime, take note of these sites and use that money toward your emergency fund, paying down debt, or toward investing in something ( an experience or idea) that you really love.
Side Hustle ideas and opportunities
1. Buffalo Exchange: www.buffaloexchange.com They have dozens of locations throughout the country. Click the link to find one near you.
2. Poshmark: www.poshmark.com This online shop allows you to upload from your phone with free shipping & quick payment.
3. Etsy: www.etsy.com: Etsy is an excellent site to begin your small business endeavor. (yes, this could be a serious side hustle if you are always shopping.
4. Private Facebook Groups: You can create your own group (plus size, shoe lovers) and get to selling. I have heard of one woman being able to sell her baby clothes via Facebook.
5. Beacon’s Closet: www.beaconscloset.com These are only located in NYC.
7. Indoor Yard Sale: Do you remember when I told you that I had a yard sale in my living room to pay back my student loans? Click here if you don’t remember. You can make money if you are willing to organize it.
8. Ebay:www.ebay.com If you don’t want to do it yourself, you can leave it up to them. You make up to 70% of the selling price. The link that I posted here links you to the “sellforme” landing page.
BMWK: So, what say you? Doable? What other sites should we know about? Leave a comment below.
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Editor’s Note – This post was originally published on June 18, 2014, and has been updated for quality and relevancy.