(Good Morning Arizona) -- Cluttered closet, empty wallet? This may be the answer. While you stay at home for safety, you might want to consider clearing out your closet and seeing if you can make some cash in the online retail market at the same time. 

Lily Bushnell is a 21-year-old student who does this year-round, selling on Poshmark, under the handle @currentlylily

Lily on Poshmark

She says she earns thousands selling graphic T-shirts, tops, shoes, and more. Her advice is to make sure your posts stand out. "Think from the perspective of a buyer when you're listing something," she explained. "How would you search to find it? Think Western, floral, lace, V-neck; you need to be sure you're really describing the item so (the shopper) can find it, rather than just saying, 'Oh cute shirt I don't want anymore!'"


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How to organize your closet with purpose

With more time at home, you might be finally getting to those things that you’ve been putting around the house – things like organizing the place. Professional organizers suggest you start by tackling the area that stresses you out the most. One of those areas, for many people, is the closet. 

📃/► Shopper side hustle: Selling your clothes on Poshmark

Olivia Fierro anchors 3TV's Good Morning Arizona weekdays alongside  Scott Pasmore. 

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