I blame my wonderful grandmother whom I am named after for my love of thrifting. Whenever I was struggling and having a very terrible awful day, she would give me ten dollars and say “go to the thrift store or yard sales and see what you can find.” I can’t explain how she knew it would help me but it always did. I came home excited to share with her what I had found on my trip out and about. Thrifting was cheaper than other forms of therapy and it helped me to stop dwelling on the pain of what I could not change.
And it is still the perfect therapy for me on those very bad awful day’s that still pop up now and then. My son call’s it my time to go treasure hunting. I love that because it’s so true.
I am a treasure hunter.
We are now in the day’s of up cycling, recycling, reduce & reuse, it has become quite the thing to do and it is seems to be a constant evolving way to care for our planet and ourselves. And of course the popular advent of decluttering, Marie Kondo your home, and minimalism. Which in my opinion is a cool idea in theory. But in my world maybe not so realistic. Just let me say I would like to know any true book lover who has been able to cull their to be read(tbr) pile to a minimalistic level? I really don’t want any advice on how to do that, that is a rhetorical question. 🙂
So in order to continue therapy, reduce clutter and continue treasure hunting, I have found ways to share my awesome finds through resell sites such as eBay and Poshmark, see the links below. I invite you to visit and take a look, you never know what you will find.
Unique sometimes one of kind hard to find items- Clothing- Books-Video Games- Home Decor-Vintage Items – Toys-Dishes-Glassware-Handbags/Purses-