A yard sale is a relatively easy way to make an extra buck while getting rid of clutter, as long as you follow one rule: Don't assume everything is worthy of selling.
To understand why, get in the mindset of the average yard sale shopper. Basically, they want something for a "steal." Most will scoff at paying $20 for an item, even if it is technically worth $100. They also can be oddly picky about what's on offer. If, from the curb, a shopper can see an unpromising array of "junk," they'll walk (or drive) right on by.
So what's junk and what isn't? Here's a handy guide of all the junk NO ONE wants from you.