I recently had big plans to shop my way through my weekly thrift route. I wrapped up work early and was really looking forward to a solo afternoon of thrifting.
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We’re kicking off the spring season by finally facing those areas in the house that we tend to neglect all year long.
Welcome back to the third prompt of the 12 Months of Thrifting challenge. Last month we focused on thrifting glassware and mugs and this month we’re thrifting lamps.
In all of my years of thrifting I can probably count on one hand the times I’ve actually found cute maternity clothes.
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Welcome back to the third prompt of the 12 Months of Thrifting challenge. Last month we focused on thrifting vases and this month we’re thrifting glassware and mugs.
Between the pandemic and winter pregnancy, getting dressed has been uninspiring, to say the least. So I forced myself to snap out of my winter maternity style funk and wear the happiest thing I own; a rainbow sweater dress and thrifted green wool coat.
One of my favorite things about hosting parties is being able to repurpose decor items for my tablescape.
Freezing outside but always inside the thrift store. Also, 8 year old Dina would approve of this sweater.
Did you wear wild things as a kid? I had the quirkiest style as a 7 and 8 year old. I used to love neon, vests, and matching my socks to my turtlenecks. Truthfully, not much has changed
Spotted this sweater at the Goodwill in Cuyahoga Falls.
How do you make something that is already sustainable an even more sustainable practice?