The first few months of the year are a perfect time to get your house in order and declutter: It’s often cold or dark outside, so you’re stuck in the house anyway; you have Christmas gifts to put away; you’re ready to start in on your New Year’s resolution to get better organized; and spring cleaning is just around the corner. When decluttering, it can be hard to decide to do with the stuff that you don’t need, but that is still worth something. You can hang onto stuff until you can have a garage sale, but how many months from now will that be (and will you actually do it)? You can sell on Craigslist, but it’s hard to make arrangements with a complete stranger. You can donate the items to a nonprofit and take a tax deduction, but if you choose to take the standard deduction, you can’t claim the donation. Higher value items may be worth way more than the donation value guide allows, and you still have to arrange to drop it off and get a receipt. Or you can turn to a Facebook buy/sell group to get rid of your stuff. How so? We’ll tell you in the full story on our sister site, Living on the Cheap.