In the name of science this blog, I attempted a thing: I recycled my shoes. More specifically, I tried recycling my shoes at DSW. I’ve learned a lot of lessons decluttering. One of the most important lessons is that sometimes things are just garbage. But sometimes things aren’t. That’s how I felt about these shoes. … [Read more…]
Poshmark has changed over the years. There are more features. There are different ways to adjust pricing. Oh, and there are definitely more closets to shop. Infinitely more. But the app isn’t the only thing that’s changed. Since I’ve started selling, I’ve shifted my stance on low ball offers on Poshmark and other resale platforms. When … [Read more…]
A few months back, I agreed to make $4 an hour selling to Clothes Mentor*. Like a dummy. Because if there’s anything that I don’t do, it’s learn my lesson the first time. Enter: thredUP. ThredUP promises to be worth it. There is the unrelenting social media advertising. There is the adorable green polka dot … [Read more…]
Slumps happen. In life, in sports, even on Poshmark. If you find yourself in a selling slump, you can recover. The trick is to find ways to spend as a little of your time as possible doing so. And when it comes to being lazy knowledgeable about Poshmark, I’m your girl. To recap, I’ve already … [Read more…]
Retail therapy. Shopping addiction. Following in the footsteps of Cher Horotwiz*. I have a lot of stuff. Way too much stuff, in fact. While I’ve written about decluttering my office and the whole first floor of our house, I’ve stopped short of sharing the nitty gritty details of the upstairs. Because it’s kind of embarrassing.