I spent most of Sunday afternoon shopping the Home for the Holidays open house event at the American Cancer Society Discovery Shop in Akron.
It’s back! I’m so excited to announce the return of a project I’ve been working on with Goodwill Akron, called Handpicked by Dina’s Days: A Curated Corner.
So many of us have been there, we spot a designer bag at the thrift store, our heart skips a beat, only to find out it’s a fake.
Practically every costume I’ve made over the years started with something I spotted at Goodwill that inspired an idea.
Thanks for joining me for our thrift meetup at Value World! We had a great time filling our carts with fantastic treasures, exchanging tips, and making new friends.
Even after all of these years of thrifting, I’m still shocked by the number of new and like-new costumes at thrift stores. Here are four reasons why I love to shop secondhand for kids’ costumes.
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.
There are so many reasons why I love shopping secondhand for children’s clothes and toys. First, kids are EXPENSIVE! And most children, like mine, seem to have various hobbies.
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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