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One man’s trash is another man’s treasure, so the saying goes. Throwing things away can be a difficult process because you hate to waste something that someone else could put to good use. Additionally, it’s hard to part with something you know is going to a landfill. So, don’t do it! Have a sale instead, make some money and know that some of your possessions are going to a good home, or at the very least, a home.
Geralin Thomas, a professional organizer, gives you the Yard Sale rundown if you’re considering having one. Spring and early Fall (hey, that’s now!) are prime times for scheduling a sale because people are out and about and not on vacation. You will probably enjoy a day of being “forced” to be outside even, while your kids play in the yard!
Getting everything organized beforehand is the hard part: you have to advertise, think about rain dates/options and make sure you have enough of your family participating so you can take a break here and there. For many more tips, follow the link to Thomas’ advice! Do you have any yard sale tips of your own? [Unclutterer.com]