I don’t have a lot of nice furniture, but sometimes need to deal with it. You can dump it, or sell it. Almost everything can be sold, but the price might not be too high.Continue reading “Decluttering Furniture: Selling and Dumping”
I listed this first on FB, then later on CL.
The first two contacts flaked out on me. In fact, I think they were fake profiles, because one of them vanished into the ether.
The third was for real, and they came by to get the food.Continue reading “Giving Away Food on Facebook Marketplace, and Other Adventures in Curb Alerts”
My personal technique. It’s not quick, but fairly thorough, and produces some income and satisfaction. I’ll outline the process I use, using actual objects I’m considering selling.Continue reading “How I Declutter the Hoard with Ebay”
Some people declutter lonely socks easily: they aren’t paired, so they are no longer “really socks.” I can’t do that. I keep wearing them, mismatched. Once they start to get holes, then, I’ll use them as rags.
Consequently, I have too many socks. Here’s a hack to be able to “toss” more of them.Continue reading “Decluttering Orphan Socks”
Yesterday night’s post worked. Most of the stuff has been taken away!
Facebook Marketplace refused to allow the posting, probably because I had some crutches in there, and medical equipment is not allowed in their ads. It seems silly to me, but that’s what they do.
Despite that, Craigslist ZIP pulled through, and most of the things were gone when I went to check them at 10:15am.Continue reading “Last Minute Curb Alert Worked!”
This was stuff that didn’t sell on Ebay or Facebook, some junk I bought and no longer need, some useful things I no longer need, and some junk I just got for free.
I admit, it’s kind of pathetic looking, but there’s a few useful things in there.Continue reading “Hoping this Minor Declutter Weekend Giveaway Works”
Back in 2017, I needed to move to make room for gentrification. So I put out a bunch of my stuff that I didn’t want to take to my new home. I started the process around three months before I had to move.
Initially, I sold stuff on Ebay and Craigslist. Then, as the items became fewer, I just gave them away.Continue reading “Moving Sale (Old Photos from April 2017)”
It’s kind of against the law to give away these things. I think. I’m not sure.
It’s against Facebook’s rules, and they’ll flag your post.
Craigslist seems to be OK with it, if you mix it in with other things.
I posted this curb alert, and then added the pills in later.Continue reading “Decluttering Vitamins and Drugs”
Of all the things to take, somebody took the plastic chest of drawers.
They left behind the wood stuff, which I thought was much nicer.
I’m not really sure how to deal with this.Continue reading “Still Not Gone! Second Summer Giveaway”
This batch took a couple weeks. I initially tried to sell it, but that failed. A detailed Craigslist freebies listing that got a couple people to come by. I followed up with a FB marketplace ad. Once that was done with, I put it on the curb on Friday, and posted a curb alert to the freebies and to FB marketplace. Trash pickup was on Monday, but someone took it all by Saturday night.
A few of the things were just pickups from the street, and wouldn’t sell on Ebay. Some were purchases. Some were things I just happened to find in my stuff.
The ad was:
Miscellaneous things. See the photos for the current inventory. I will update frequently, and keep adding things.
Take what you want. “thank you” to everyone who took stuff.
…//list of things//
Updated 5:00pm, 6/20
// address inserted here // on the wall to the right. It’s in the boxes. Bring a flashlight. You can take the boxes to carry the stuff, but don’t leave stuff outside of a box.