Savers for the win on these like new Mod Ref denim overalls. The cropped length and adjustable tie makes them petite perfect! Thanks to Savers and their ‘half off’ Mondays, making these a $4 find. The fun faux velvet baseball cap was another $1 score at Goodwill.
The cami is a favorite closet staple from Walmart-very affordable and worth every penny.
While the boots are new and a splurge, i’m currently deciding between these and the Chelsea boots!
Are you looking for white overalls? Use the link below to find your perfect pair!
What girl doesn’t feel pretty in pink and glitter?
This bright pink skirt by Belle Sky was a Goodwill score for $1 and was resold to a happy buyer on Poshmark. The chambray Faded Glory top, also a $1 find at Goodwill is a tad small but remains in my personal closet.
The shoes!!!!! Pretty, glittery, sparkly and Yes- Christian Louboutins… were also a find at a Goodwill in Tempe. You never know what you’ll find at the thrift store!
Although most of my items are thrifted and no longer available, you can shop similar items to complete your look on my liketoknowit page.
Thrifted. Second hand. Preowned. Used. Old. Worn. This is what family and friends think of when I say I shop at the thrift store.
I see inexpensive, low-priced, bargains, one of a kind items and smoking deals.
Only 5 of the items here were purchased new, and on sale at that. I like to save me some money!
Everything else is preowned, purchased either at thrift stores or from online resale apps. There’s something about the hunt and not knowing what you’ll find while out thrifting. Most stores offer discounts and tag sale days, get to know those days and sign up for coupons.
Not ready to dive into a thrift store? Try shopping on Poshmark for gently used items. Those pink platform boots were a score from Poshmark for $20!!!! And that umbrella-Victoria’s Secret and pink- My color!!! Was just $5 on Poshmark. Ready to shop preowned?
Poshmark has several FREE downloadable trackers for you to use. The one i’m currently using (on my IG) is the weekly tracker. Click on the link below for this one. The Love it or List it tracker is at the bottom!
Vendoo is a cross listing service that is easy to use and allows you to make better use of your time as a reseller. Vendoo has recently added the bulk ‘Delist & Relist’ feature to the lineup and it is a game changer. This newer feature lets you choose up to 10 items to be deleted and relisted with a few clicks. Let’s peep….
You still have the option to sort through your listings. I switch it up-but usually will go with the ‘Date Modified’ and search the oldest.
From the Multi Actions menu, choose Multi Delist & Relist.
Choose the items to be deleted and relisted- up to 10 and click Delist & Relist.
Choose the platforms you want these items to be Deleted and Relisted, confirm.
Not too much later, they are done and repeat the process….
Of course, I work on multiple laptops, windows and screens so this process goes by a tad faster…..
Are you a reseller? Have you been wanting to try a cross listing service? Now is the time to give Vendoo a try. Click the link below to try them for free. Any questions, just ask!
When you’re watching carbs but still crave something sweet.
Yield: 2 dozen 2 inch cookies
Bake: 9-11 minutes
1/2 tsp baking powder
1/4 tsp salt
1 1/2 cup almond flour
2/3 cup monkfruit baking sweetener
1/2 cup coconut oil, melted
1 tsp vanilla
1 cup sugar free chocolate chips
Preheat oven to 350F, line 2 baking sheets with parchment paper.
In a mixing bowl, combine baking powder, salt, almond flour and sweetener. Set aside.
I another mixing bowl stir together coconut oil egg, and vanilla. Add in dry ingredients and stir to combine. Add in chocolate chips.
Divide dough in half. Scoop out dough by tablespoon and roll into a ball, place on baking sheet. Repeat with rest of dough. Continue with other half and place on 2nd baking sheet-these cookies will not spread.
Bake for 9-11 minutes until lightly browned. Place on rack to cool.
Are you a reseller? You don’t need to buy Thank You cards!
I’m cheap. I’m here to make money not spend money. Yes, I have spent money on Thank You cards in the past. I thought I was being cheap by getting these at the dollar store and even the thrift store. Now I know better.
I don’t have a thermal label printer, maybe someday. I print my labels the old fashioned way, with plain old paper and a printer. ( I use refurbished ink ) Then I use a paper cutter to cut the label to size, (cutting the label with scissors got old). The longer portion on the bottom is the perfect size for a Thank You card, just fold in half. Your customer will appreciate a nice hand written thought, whether on a card or a note.
Yes, Thank You cards are cute and yes, they get tossed. Save yourself some time and money using one of these paper choppers!