Results from the yard sale? I made $100.
Definitely worth it. I spent the day outdoors and talked to people. We set up both tents and I think that I have decided on my favorite “yard sale set-up” for future events. I noticed a marked decrease in people since I wasn’t able to share the event and photos on Facebook, which I will attempt to counteract with posting an ad in the local newspaper for my next event.
Half of my yard sale went towards the $200 that I owe for my portion of the room in Salt Lake City in June. The rest will go towards an extra credit card payment and ultimately count as spending money on my trip.
During the yard sale, I snapped pictures for my Poshmark account and listed additional items in my closet. I sold four items there and will gain $24.25 after these items reach their destinations and Poshmark distributes the money to my account.
Every. Single. Bit. Helps.
I am working on the “selling stuffs” aspect and have added inventory to my Etsy shop. I have more handmade items to photograph and post, which is on my list of the things to do for the week. I also have bunches and bunches of clothes to add to my Poshmark closet.
40-something mama, wife, blogger – who shares her crafty and ordinary life with her family, their three tiny dogs, a fat tortoiseshell cat, – and LuLaRoe Independent Retailer with a sewing studio boutique that is a work in progress.
A native Texan, who spent one year in Georgia and over a decade as a single mom, is now happily married and sharing her opinions on products and life in photos and words strung together.