When you hear the term “environmental waste” what’s the first thing that comes to mind? Did you think of the fashion industry? If so, you’re on the right track.
How to spice up your relationship with a thrift store.
We get it, there are a lot of reasons why people avoid going to the thrift store. Some are myths, misconceptions, and even truths. So in this episode we share twenty things you all told us you hate about the thrift experience and we talk about ways to hate them less.
Let’s face it. Thrifting has become the new normal. But thrifting gifts? Still a little taboo. Today we’re sharing the reasons why we love to thrift gifts.
Patience, shopping with a list, seeking thriftspiration – we’ve shared several thrift tips on this podcast that have helped us become smarter thrift shoppers. But we believe there’s one that will help tie them all together. We’re sharing our number one thrifting tip and how it has inspired us to make thrifting a way of life.
Best way to learn? By making mistakes! In episode 13 of the podcast, we shared our top 10 biggest reselling mistakes and the lessons we learned from them to become better resellers. Whether you’re a new or seasoned reseller – or maybe you’ve never even heard of the concept of thrifting to sell until now – we’ve got something to share for everyone.
Reselling, flipping, poshing, what ever you want to call it, thrifting to sell is all the rage right now. Resellers have been thrifting for profit for decades but thanks to easy-to-use apps and a an increasingly mainstream acceptance of secondhand shopping, reselling has become more accessible than ever.
Think about some of the things you own.
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As thrifters, does the thrill of the hunt make us feel more attached to our things? What does “letting go” look like for thrifters? Are we more or less attached to emotionally attached to our material things in this age of Instagram and social media? Also, Shannon challenged Dina to see if she can find her donations on the Goodwill sales floor.
Thrifters and bargain hunters! Shannon and I will be back for season 2 on July 7. We’ve got a whole lot to talk about this season on Allow us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves including thrifting to sell (you all really wanted this one!) releasing our emotional attachment to things, and so much more. Listen on iTunes, Spotify, Google, and on the blog.