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Decluttering Means eBay Listings

February 19th, 2017 at 03:00 pm

I've been decluttering lately at our home. If you stopped by, you might think I barely have anything compared to the average American, but yet there is still stuff we don't use. I have been showing a bag of decluttering on my blog [url=http://yourorganizedfriend.blogspot.com/] Your Organized Friend [/url] for the last week and there is more to come.

The decluttering has produced several items worth trying to sell. I'm not sure that they all will sell, but if I could get some money for most of them I would be happy. I have three items in the $40-30 range, and two items listed in the $8-10 range. I have one more item I'm washing first and hope to list it later tonight for at least $40.

I also came upon a few movies that might be worth listing, but I will need to find appropriate packaging for them first.

In other news, we had my van in for repair late last week. I had a situation where I went to pick up my daughter from school and went to start the van again and it wouldn't turn over at all. I was able to start it an hour later without a jump start. The repair shop eventually recreated the issue. It was the alternator that was bad, which then caused the battery to go out prematurely. We did get a free replacement battery as it was still under warranty. With military discounts an alternator with a three year warranty and labor cost us $530. We do have the cash to pay it for which I am thankful. I also feel much better knowing that I won't have a problem starting my van again in the future!

5 Responses to “Decluttering Means eBay Listings”

  1. My English Castle Says:

    Glad you have the cash, but sorry you had to let it go!

  2. JJ Says:

    If you were able to start the van without a jump then the battery/alternator could not be the problem. Once a battery is dead it stays dead. I would get a better explanation from the repair shop.

  3. creditcardfree Says:

    The battery wasn't dead. It had a full charge per the auto store. I wasn't in charge of the repair and didn't hear the direct explanation and or see the report from the repair shop, so I may not be explaining correctly. Thanks for your concern.

  4. FrugalTexan75 Says:

    I'm glad you have a working vehicle again.

  5. rob62521 Says:

    Glad your vehicle is up and running again! Yay!

    Good job on decluttering and trying to sell stuff. We took a bunch of things to the resale shop we donate to this morning.

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