1. We don’t like clutter and only last week donated a futon and six dining room chairs to a family that just went through a house fire. I could have sold them and made a quick $150 but for me the giving was more important than the selling.

    Thanks for the tips 🙂

    • I love that, Ray Ray. We definitely make it a point to give as well. Though, we’ve never done anything this charitable. If we ever end up with extra furniture, I’d love to do something like this in the future. Thank you for inspiring me!

  2. $1300 for the year is great!

    I’ve never used Poshmark, so this is all new to me. But, I’m all about re-selling items. I’ve found name brand shoes in good condition (and in season) sell really well on ebay (but maybe Poshmark is better!?). Otherwise, I donate to the local consignment store and shop on my credits. Admittedly, most of my clothes are so worn when I’m done with them, they end up being donated.

    • Filed away for future information?! Also, I don’t think I follow you there. DM me on Twitter! I will share the bejeezus out of your listings if you’re still active 🙂

    • Ha! I probably should include a link to it. Thanks for the reminder, Holly! Our neighborhood has shifted to NextDoor. As near as I can tell, it’s Facebook but more dramatic. So far, I’ve just posted free items on it, but I do see lots of people having luck selling!

  3. Kara

    My sales on posh seem to be super slow. I follow back, share, and share to parties when appropriate. I often lower my prices. Not sure what I’m doing wrong, jus wish I knew so that my sales could pick up the pace. My prices are low and I even offer free gift wrapping.

    • I think part of it has to do with timing. I find that the start of the year kind of gets flooded with people listing items. Have you tried sharing your items with people who list those particular brands? I’ve gotten a few designer item sales that way!

      • Kara

        Thanks! I’ll try that. Also, I can see your point. Lots of people doing exactly what I’m doing: listing. Thanks again. ?

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