The only thing thrifters love more than finding treasures? Talking about find treasures.
Thanks, it’s Thrifted is a celebration of thrifting and the bond it created between two treasure-hunting friends. This monthly podcast is hosted by Dina and Shannon, two lifelong thrifters who are committed to sharing the cost, creative, and environmental benefits of secondhand shopping. Come for the tips, stay for the laughs.
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Episodes & Show Notes
Episode 22: It’s Time to Go on a Fast Fashion Diet
Bonus Episode: 12 Months of Thrifting: Embroidery
Episode 21: What Happens to the Stuff We Donate?
Bonus Episode: 12 Months of Thrifting: Shapes
Bonus Episode: 12 Months of Thrifting: Color
Episode 20: How to Host & Shop Clothing Swaps
Episode 19: We Don’t All Have to Be Thrifters
Episode 15: The Art of Thrifting Gifts
Episode 14: The Only Thrift Tip You’ll Ever Need To Know
Episode 13: Our Top Reselling Mistakes
Episode 12: Releasing Our Emotional Attachment to Things
Episode 11: Ten Things We Learned From Goodwill
Episode 10: How to Shop Garage Sales Like a Pro
Episode 8: The Power of a Thrift Wish List
Episode 5: When to Splurge and When to Shop Secondhand?
Episode 4: New Ways to Thrift
Episode 3: Could you Shop Secondhand for a Year?
Episode 2: Things We Won’t Thrift
Dina and Shannon met while working for the same nonprofit organization over a decade ago. Their friendship officially began when Shannon discovered that Dina’s work outfits were all from thrift stores. What started off as a casual conversation between two strangers standing around the copy machine, ended up being a lifelong friendship built on humor, love, and of course, secondhand shopping.
Shannon is a high school teacher, excellent baker, and a creative crafter. Her thrifting journey started as a kid garage sale hopping with her aunt. She knows her way around a yard sale and isn’t afraid to haggle to get the best deal. She is a passionate advocate for the Deaf community and chooses happiness every day.
Dina loves color, affordable style, and not taking herself too seriously. She started thrifting at age 13 to replicate what she was seeing in Delia’s magazines. She believes that #thefutureisthrift and strives to help people make secondhand become second nature through her blog and workshops.