It took me an average of 5 hours per day, every day, for over a month. I kind of let it take over my life. Of course I was thrilled to be finished. While I was in the midst of working on the typing project I longed to be eBaying instead, which seemed like it would be soooo much more fun. But once the typing was complete I did . . . nothing. I had zero items listed for almost a week.
This morning we trekked over to Value Village to see if we could find anything. I wanted to find something new and interesting to list. It worked. Immediately upon returning home I started taking pictures of my new treasures, and getting the items ready to list.
I’ve decided plush may be my favorite thing to buy and list. It takes up a lot of room, but it is so easy to list and pretty stress-free to ship. It is kind of funny to come to this realization because in years past, stuffed animals have always been something I have completely steered clear of at yard sales. Ick factor. Now I am already dreamily thinking of the cheap yard sale prices that go along with plush.
|Value Village likes to mess with me.
These were all bagged separately and scattered throughout the toy section.
These Aussies, the M&M, and monkey were “bonus plush” – just happened to be in the bags I purchased because I wanted whatever was in the bag with them.