In the name of a) clearing some of the clutter out of my closet/bookshelves (lololololol most sisyphean of endeavors) and b) maybe earning a couple extra bucks here and there, I am working on selling some of my stuff. My few experiences as an eBay seller have taught me that I loathe doing that, so I was putting things off something terrible, and then I read a great blog post advising Tumblr, and said "hmm". So here is Jules Sells Her Stuff
It turns out that the challenge of producing content for a microblog thing is actually the motivation I needed, because now I'm like "WHAT ELSE CAN I CLEAN OUT?????" and having fun photographing everything. GAMIFICATION. Okay, that's not actually what gamification is, but it's sort of making a game out of it, for me anyway. Whatever, I just really like that word. Also, of the four items of clothing posted or in the queue, one is leopard-print, so.
Things are mostly in the under-$15 range, but there are a couple of items of clothing (an XL alpaca sweater, a Donna Morgan dress) that are more, and I anticipate that if I put more clothing up, that's going to be about the pattern: mostly gently-used stuff under $15 with a few like-new, more expensive, items. Slim pickings book-wise, so far, but I have a lot of shelves to go through. A LOT. Plus there's a bunch of stuff in the queue -- I don't want to spam anyone who might be following. At the moment I'm going with stuff that's still in good-to-like-new condition, although I may put some textbooks up if they're not horribly out of date, but if there's interest I may put up some ARCs or more beat-up books and give them to whomever pays for shipping.
Locals, if something catches your eye and you're willing to come pick it up (or, let's be honest, trade for beer and/or chocolate -- or, since it's getting to be that season, cherries), I'll of course waive the shipping costs!
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