Toss, Keep, Sell!: The Suddenly Frugal Guide to Cleaning Out the Clutter and Cashing In

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F+W Media, Nov 18, 2010 - House & Home - 256 pages
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Looking for a way to make money and get your house in order? Toss, Keep, Sell! teaches you how to turn the junk you haven’t used (or even seen!) in ages into cash—while organizing your home at the same time. To make decluttering easier than ever, each orderly chapter is organized by rooms and daily tasks and features:
  • Cashing In: A profile of everyday people who have earned big while clearing out
  • Quick Clutter Challenge: Easy ways for you to declutter a space in thirty minutes or less
  • A Keep, Toss, Sell Chart: A visual organizer to help get every room of the house under control
  • Cash Back in This Chapter: What better way to motivate you than to point out potential earnings from one chapter's worth of tips?

Under financial and organization whiz Leah Ingram’s guidance, you could earn up to $20,000 while organizing your home. So stop wasting your time searching for lost items and start finding out how you can hit it big—without missing a thing!

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Pointless. So basic as to be laughable. The biggest discovery in this book? Shoeboxes! Woo! Put your pens in shoeboxes! Put your mail in shoeboxes! Put your... you get the idea. There is nothing new ... Read full review

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This book really encouraged me to get rid of stuff and improve my organization. Yes, she does give some laughable tips like using shoe boxes for storage, but she also gave the greatest tip on shoe hangers. Have you thought of using shoe hangers in a closet for other things? I now have a shoe hanger that holds tape, extension cords, a flashlight, and all of those little annoying things that take up too much shelf space but can't be stacked in my closet. There's a great tip here and there. 

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About the author (2010)

Leah Ingram has written for USA Today: Weekend Edition, Woman's Day, Parade, Parents, Good Housekeeping, All You, and has been featured on the cover of BusinessWeek and on the CBS Evening News with Katie Couric.

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