I was very busy in June getting ready for my move that was happening at the end of the month. I was going from a ~4500 square foot house to a ~1700 sq. ft. townhouse (plus an unfinished basement, so there was that). But needless to say, there was a lot that I needed to sell or give away. I saved some things that I really wanted to keep and put them in my storage unit, and sold (or gave away) the rest of what I knew I wouldn't be able to take with me.
I sold just about everything on Facebook Marketplace, which was convenient and easy to use. What I discovered is that the vast majority of people aren't in the market for expensive items, and they want a deal. I sold hardly anything for more than $80, even though many of the things I was selling were worth more than that. But I needed them to go, so out they went. I made just under $1000 from selling all this stuff, which isn't that much. It was time-consuming and was one of the most stressful things about the move: getting rid of the things I couldn't take and getting them out on time. I was so relieved when it was all done a few days before we moved out.
I wanted to do this post because it's a documentation of my house and many of the things it (and our former homes) contained before we moved and had to let go of those things. It's good for the memories. And a picture is worth a thousand words, right?