Each week, I’ll present a budget-friendly resource that will help you in your endeavors to teach your homeschooled child at home or to live an abundant life on a not-so-abundant budget!  So, without further ado, here’s this week’s fine pick!

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Cash 4 Books!

Buyback textbooks at Cash4Books.net

I have used Cash4Books for years, and I love them!  If you’re looking for an easy way to get rid of books from your bookshelf, all you have to do is mail your books to Cash4Books (they pay the shipping for you) and you’ll get money for each book you send!  They post the money to your Paypal account (or they’ll also mail you a check).  I am usually pretty happy with the amount of money I receive for my books – about the same as I would get selling them at a yardsale.  I think that using Cash4Books makes getting rid of your used books fast and easy, PLUS it’s a quick way to get money for them.

Sell textbooks at Cash4Books.netI’m getting about the same amount as if I had sold those 7 books on auction sites or in Facebook groups (after packaging costs, shipping costs, Paypal fees, etc), and this is MUCH EASIER and FASTER (no selling fees, shipping costs, waiting for an auction to end, failed attempts at making a transaction from Facebook group members who don’t follow through, etc.)! 
Cash4Books is my first stop when I’m decluttering my bookshelves (well, of course, if it’s homeschool-related, I’ll go to Homeschool Curriculum Free for Shipping first!).  But no more auction site selling for me, or hassles with Facebook yardsale groups.
You heard it straight from a satisfied customer.  I only recommend what I know to be good stuff, and this one I’ve used since about 2009 or so.  It’s a good one!
Do you have a great suggestion for a homeschool resource or a frugal-living website?  Please email me or message me on Facebook or Twitter and let me know!  I will gladly share it here.  Sponsored posts accepted.