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Thred Up Review

I recently tried Thred Up, which is a mid-to-high-end, online consignment store for women’s and kids’ clothing and accessories. I tried the store because I don’t mind buying things secondhand; in fact, I like how it helps the environment and my pocketbook. 796 more words


Why Is It Addictive?

Hello everyone!

Finally it’s Friday! Yay! It’s been a long week for me. I know some people would be, “Hey, you stay at home. Everyday is the same with you. 970 more words


Duck Worth Reading - November 2015 Newsletter


The hustle and bustle of the season of cheer and good tidings is upon us this month. It only seems appropriate to kick the season off with grateful and generous hearts as we gather family and friends together this holiday season. 621 more words


Target, ThredUP End Partnership That Let Customers Exchange Old Clothes For Gift Cards

If you were hoping to exchange your lightly used clothing for Target gift cards though the retailer’s partnership with online consignment store ThredUP, then you’re out of luck: turns out, the test ended weeks ago.  343 more words

Target Partners With ThredUP To Let You Trade In Old Clothes For Gift Cards

Target knows you’ve probably got a bunch of old clothes you don’t wear but which are otherwise fine. It also wants you to spend money at Target buying new clothes (and groceries, and anything else). 287 more words

Sunday, October 4

I knew I loved consignment shopping for a reason. I just bought myself a leather jacket for $54. It’s literally brand new, with the tags still on, and it’s genuine leather. 233 more words

Single Motherhood

Second-hand update: Dressing for Blended Conference

Back in January, I wrote about my More or Less New Year’s resolution and an effort to buy fewer new items, so I thought I was due to give an update on my second-hand journey. 562 more words