I have several “side hustles” to help make ends meet since I quit working in the public school system. Probably the second most profitable side gig is selling clothes on Poshmark. I started selling on Poshmark as kind of a fluke. I had some boots that I couldn’t wear anymore but were still in very good condition. I listed them on Facebook Marketplace and sold a couple of pairs. I had heard about Poshmark and decided to give it a try. Within a few days, I had some solid sales and decided to put some more items up. I kept getting sales and have since decided to grow my Poshmark closet into a business.
Years ago before my son was born, I make a good living selling things I bought at yard sales on Ebay. (I made a killing on vintage My Little Pony dolls!) I have sold online several different times in my life to help make ends meet, and I have had good success at it. Poshmark is not very different from what I already knew about Ebay (in fact, I have most of my items listed on Poshmark and Ebay) so I didn’t have a steep learning curve to get started. However, Poshmark is geared more toward clothing sales although they are adding new categories that are including more than just clothing. Their shipping process is extremely simple, and the social aspect is fun.
That being said, VIPKid is still my main source of income, but I fully believe in having multiple income streams. I have tried many different things, and some of them I have decided are not for me while some of them like Poshmark are added into my repertoire of side-hustles. My goal for this year is to grow my Poshmark Closet into a steady source of income and to share my progress here on my blog. If you are interested in getting started on Poshmark, keep reading my blog as I will be posting articles that will help you get started. And, as always, feel free to post a comment or send a message and I will be happy to chat with you.