I’ve been looking at the lists of tariffs and trying to plan out my spending. Here are a few ideas I have, and some bits of lists of tariffed items.
There’s a new rule that listings must be unchanged for 14 days before discounting.
Warranties go into one folder, and manuals go into a magazine box.
Staple the receipt to the warranty. Throw away the warranty if it’s expired. A lot of nice things have lifetime warranties.
Simple enough, right?
If you came here through Pinterest, check out the other posts in the decluttering category.
I also have a free ebook that explains how to give things away, efficiently. Save money on dump fees (that you probably don’t know exist).
The first step to decluttering is disposal.
How long should you keep papers? Continue reading “Decluttering Your Financial Papers”
Some people don’t organize their listing product photos, preferring to re-take them, but I do. This isn’t the be-all system, but it’s what I’m doing, at this moment.
What is the cheapest way to ship something internationally, and what kinds of things are cheap to ship internationally? It turns out that packages are expensive, and letters are too small.
I’ve been mulling over a couple aphorisms/ideas that are floating around in the culture:
- “Work smarter, not harder.”
- You need to make all your decisions early in the day, because you have a limited amount of decision-making capacity.
I’m a chronic overcharger of shipping. I weigh the object, and then add two or three ounces for a mailer, and one or two pounds if it’s going in a box.
It’s a psychological weakness: I just don’t like to take a loss on shipping.