Just like I record weekly how much I have been able to earn for our family in The Saved Quarter Challenge, I am starting a new weekly feature, Debt Free Journey, which will recount what we have paid on our debts in the previous week.

My time is pretty sparse lately with staff writing and my virtual assistant work, but I carved out some time to list holiday items on eBay, and the strategy paid off.  After the first week’s auctions and Pay Pal and eBay fee deductions, I pocketed $267.94.  I have another group of listings up now, but there seems to be less interest, so I am not sure they will do as well.

Selling clothes on eBay: $267.94

I also sold a size 1 pack of Pampers that my daughter outgrew before we could use them for $10 on Craigslist.  My daughter is now almost 19 months, so those diapers have been sitting around our house quite awhile.  🙂  I had a new Gap crib set from my now defunct eBay business that I also sold on Craigslist for $25.

Baby stuff sold on Craigslist: $35.00

We did many different activities this week to find money to snowflake on our debt, and the result was that we were able to snowflake $302.94 this week! In the four weeks since we have gotten gazelle intense, we have “found” $1500.67 to snowflake!

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