Counting every penny. Not squeezing every penny, but just using your money wisely may allow you to simply "live" versus just "existing" from paycheck to paycheck.
In light of this, I have a few suggestions to help you save money, then selling what you may have on hand.
What you no longer use or have interest in, may be something someone is willing to pay you for.
One person's trash is another persons treasure. We've all heard that before.
So let me tell you where you can research online for how much you can make...
I have found a website that helps you sell your books for the most money by comparing offers from over 50 buyback vendors with a single search. This allows you to quickly and easily find who is paying the most for your textbooks. It is 100% free to use with no registration required.
Looking to buy books?
I love to give books to family and friends. It may seem silly to many, but I often buy books that I hope my grandchild will read ten years from now. At a fraction of the cost (less than 50%), I now can buy buy books galore! For birthdays and holidays, especially at Christmas, I buy a dozen of one book I especially enjoyed that year, to give to friends and co-workers. I never buy a book and pay full price.
You can also RENT books...collage students check this out.
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