I just returned from a much-needed mini vacation which is why yesterday’s post was the first one in almost 2 weeks.  I truly enjoyed enjoyed getting away and seeing family and friends — and I even found some time to go thrifting. My intentions were to keep it simple but…well…things didn’t work out that way. I wound up sourcing so much inventory that I had to get a bigger suitcase to take all of it back with me. In fact, I had to remove items from that suitcase and carry them on the plane since my suitcase weighed more than the airline’s 50 lbs limit.

don’t judge me. 🙂

I usually share a lot of my purchases on my Instagram that is dedicated solely to reselling. In fact, I did share a few photos of these items if you look back at older photos. (You can see updates via the photos on my sidebar).

Most of the items listed below will be sent into Amazon FBA. About two or three of them are designated for eBay. As a side note: If you haven’t noticed, at least 98% of the inventory that I have been purchasing is earmarked for Amazon FBA. I don’t have a lot of motivation to list on eBay and have already canceled my store subscription. The next step is to begin liquidating my remaining unlisted inventory. 

Profitable Media Items

I found these two items at two different thrift stores. The one on the left was from Savers and the other (on the right) came from a local Christian-based thrift store in the town where I grew up. The latter thrift store actually had thrift store prices — nothing like the “boutique” thrift stores that I see popping up everywhere I turn where I live.