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99 Days to Amassing Your Personal WealthIf you’re hard up for cash, you can always sell unneeded household items. Of course, you don’t have to be in need to take the initiative.

Unless you’re already a complete minimalist, chances are pretty good that you have things you don’t need lying around the house. You can throw them away, give them away, or sell them depending on their value.

However, the point is to put some cash back in your wallet, so whatever you can sell, even if it’s just for a little bit of money, you should try to sell first.

By the way, purging can actually be a very cathartic process. When you get rid of old things in your life, it makes room for new things. It might sound kind of woo-woo, but I have found this principle to be true.

Sell Unneeded Household ItemsYou can hold on to what you like, and let go of what you don’t like. Life in general works the same way. When you’re not holding tightly to the things you don’t want, they can fall away, and create space for new things.

If you don’t like the new things either, let go of them! There will be another wave of new things.

Anyway, as you are looking for items around your house to sell, it may be worthwhile to create some rules for yourself. For example, if you find anything that you haven’t touched in six months or more, you could put it on your sell list. A lot of people like to do things this way.

What proved useful yesterday won’t necessarily prove useful today or even tomorrow. You have to take an honest look at your possessions and figure out what is extraneous to your present experience.

If there are any extremists out there, you may consider selling everything you don’t need at this exact moment. If something doesn’t relate to the projects you’re working on right now, or it serves no particular purpose at this exact moment in time, sell it!

If there’s anything you end up missing, you can always buy another one at a later date. The extra money in your pocket might allow you to purchase the gear you need to take your projects to the next level too.

Naturally, you can’t go on selling unneeded household items forever. At some point, you will run out of stuff!

So, while this is not a long-term plan to wealth by any means, it can give you some short-term results.