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Thrift shopping
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Thrift shopping
Hello world!

I moved some of this from “cleaning” thread.

Decluttering. Donate. Keep out of value village and getting more great stuff. Just no more room. I discussed with husband that we should only go there one per month or less.

Thrift shopping is difficult. You might have a need for a black shirt. If you went to a regular store the odds are very good that you will find a black shirt that fits you. The thrift store may have one but likely you will not find one but a purple one you really like that is a low price. You might not even need a purple shirt. I tend to thrift shop for clothing, shoes, small kitchen items, books, and craft supplies. Usually I give the craft stuff I make away to family or charity. I balance that with hardly ever buying takeout food or drinks for myself. So my “entertainment” budget is usually spent on thrift stuff. My husband will thrift buy dvds and board games. Noone plays board games and they take up space.

Buying a thrift vacuum would not be a good idea unless you know it works properly. Don’t buy a steam cleaner used because the warranty is rarely good for second hand owner. I did get a used ozone generator that is excellent.
02-14-2022 01:49 AM
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Thrift shopping - MM - 02-14-2022 01:49 AM
RE: Thrift shopping - boehm - 02-15-2022, 03:07 AM
RE: Thrift shopping - MM - 02-27-2022, 12:14 AM
RE: Thrift shopping - MM - 03-20-2022, 11:46 PM
RE: Thrift shopping - MM - 03-20-2022, 11:52 PM



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