I ended up taking most of 2020 off for my extended maternity leave, but even still this blog as able to generate enough cash to operate in the black. If this site can do it, then your certainly can. These tips are also useful for most of your social media accounts too. Even if you don't have your own domain, you can defeintily apply the same principles of affiliate linking and sponsorships to Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, Tictok--even email list.
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Being one of largest online thrift store, ThreadUp offers a large variety of styles and options to browser through. While I personally think that some of their luxury items are overpriced and can be found at a better value elsewhere, great deals can be found with the designer and contemporary brands they consign. They generally end up having huge stock from brands like Free People, MADEWELL, Lululemon and the such. And many pieces are new with tags. Ultimately, it's a wonderful place to shop secondhand and way more organized than most traditional thrift shops I frequent. That's why I was excited to hear that they recently partnered with Rent The Runway to help them recycle their clothing.
I'm a HUGE propionate of buying used and I do that all the time through sites like Poshmark and Fashionsphile. But for this blog, we are going to narrow in on how to save when buying new. Saving while buying new items is a lot harder to figure out--espically if you're shopping for luxury items. But if you time things right, you can get great deals and even reseller and make a bit of extra cash if you want. So how do I go about saving upwards of 25-30% when I'm shopping for new luxury items? I will share exactly how I saved almost 25% on a new pair of Christan Louboutin heels and Saint Laurent bag. But first, let's cover some savvy shopper's basics.
Adjusting to life as a new mom of two, during a pandemic and then becoming pregnant-again- has been a full time job all on it's own. One that I'm thankful for, but very demanding in its own right. Coupled with the fact that I've also been keeping up with my businesses outside of social media, I just haven't yet found the balance that I would like to strike between juggling all three.But, I have missed blogging and interacting with ya'll A LOT. And to my surprise, my blog has actually grown quite a bit during my prolonged absence (Thank you!)