Thrift Store Fall Decor

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Colder weather is approaching, and unfortunately, COVID-19 hasn’t gone away, meaning we will be spending much of the Thanksgiving season indoors. Why not make the inside of our homes a place we would love to spend all this extra time? From small accent pieces to large seasonal ornaments, decorating your home can swaddle your living …

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Halloween Costumes on a Budget

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A side-by-side comparison of cartoon "Sadness" and halloween costume version
Halloween plans will look a little different this year, but that doesn’t mean it can’t still be spooky fun! You can always walk around the neighborhood in your costume, have a virtual Halloween party, or celebrate indoors with your household. No matter how you choose to party, make sure to utilize thrift stores and slow …

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Vintage Fashion Inspiration!

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Vintage fashion is soaring in popularity these days for their durably, fit, and one-of-a-kind style, but it often retails at a hefty price. For a more affordable and eco-friendly option, visit your local thrift store where you can find unique pieces for a fraction of the price. Yes, thrifting is the ultimate way to curate …

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Thrift-able Crafts for Dogs & Fireworks

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Protect your dogs from fireworks
The Fourth of July, New Year’s Eve and other big celebration days are often observed by family gatherings, delicious food and, unfortunately for our pets, booming firework shows. Here are a few thrift-able DIY ideas to keep your pets calm during fireworks. DIY Anxiety “Thundershirt” Wrap for Dogs An anxiety wrap is designed to hug …

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New Year’s Resolutions & Thrifting

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How Thrifting Can Save Your New Year’s Resolutions A new decade has begun, bringing with it a wave of hope that individuals can make a positive difference in their own lives through the infamous New Year’s Resolution. Well, we are halfway through January 2020, and maybe a few of us have, unfortunately, already started slipping. …

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