Yes! The thrift gods really smiled down on me this time. Featured in this post: vintage Lacoste, vintage Peter Max, & a pair of leather Pikolinos shoes. The profit-- not too shabby!
Vintage Children's Lacoste Belts
Purchased at: Goodwill Retail
Purchase Price: $0.99/belt
Sold for: $10 for the lot
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Busy Moms are always looking for the perfect side hustle to earn extra money to maintain their current lifestyle, pay off monthly bills, or even save for large, upcoming purchases. Moms think of the side hustle like a second job because being a full time Mom is definitely…Continue
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HISTORY DOESN’T DEFINE YOU. YOUR CHOICES DOES
Imagine that you stand on the edge of a platform at the swimming pool... Blindfolded!
You have no idea how high up the platform is, if it is the 1-meter, 5-meter or the 10-meter platform. You have no idea if there is water in…Continue
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Before I begin today, I understand that there have been a lot of studies debunking the idea that birth order is something that influences people's behaviors.
But I am still fascinated by birth order and how often it works out. It may one day be designated as "the modern-day astrology," but I am…
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If you're looking to earn money from your blog, at some point it's time to make the jump from running your site as a hobby to treating it like a real business. Below are several resources to use for guidance along the way, each of which I've used personally in the last ~24 months.
Established in May 1997, WomanOwned.com started as Woman Owned Workplaces as part of At First Site, Inc. By September 1997, the website moved to its own…Continue
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Maybe you'd sign up for my super-awesome exclusive reader list???
If you're reading this and have already signed up, FANTASTIC! Thank you!!! But for all of you who are still not convinced, give me a chance to make you a fan!!! I think I'm a lot of fun! And you may find we have a lot in common!!
You'd get a monthly email with great giveaways, the inside scoop on book updates, new releases, my favorite beauty and fashion finds, contests, and cool posts from my entrepreneur blog,…Continue
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I am an entrepreneur, not by choice originally, but an entrepreneur nonetheless. About two years ago, I found myself pregnant with baby #2, unemployed and raising a toddler. Our little angels cost money to raise, and we needed two incomes to keep life running as smoothly as we possibly…Continue
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I'm giggling because I'm mildly obsessed with Mr. Wonderful these days. Anyone who's read my blog recently can attest to that.
Could it be because he kinda reminds me of Paul Emerson, ruthless and calculating CEO of Blue Coat Capital?
Check out my novel Unlikely Venture if you're…Continue
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So you're sitting in front of your laptop a couple of months post-launch scratching your head, thinking "What the heck should I do NOW?"
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As a small business owner I was always challenged with finding new ways of reaching fellow handbag junkies who would buy my designs. In retrospect, I tried to boil the ocean and I didn't reach my target at the right level. The primary goal was always to move units and recoup costs so I'd have funds to pump back into the business. At the end of the day, a lot of one-and-done customers didn't do much to sustain my rapidly shrinking market share.
After some research, I determined my…Continue
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Hi, my name is Kristen and I am a handbag junkie.
In fact, I love them SO much that I spent a very large sum of money to design and sell my own. Unfortunately, though I cherished those handbags and saw them having a unique value proposition, my business never did become profitable. I really thought it was on the brink a couple of times but we all know close only counts with horseshoes and hand grenades.…Continue
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Congratulations to Missy DePew, a Mompreneur who created MOMZY , a social shopping website and mobile app for moms.
Learn more from Missy below:
I’m a mom most importantly to Ally, 14 and Ryan,11. I’m a TV Producer and…
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I'm not a Facebook guru, by any stretch.
My fan page confuses the heck out of me, specifically why some posts get minimal reach whereas others get tremendous engagement...we're talking mind-blowing numbers. From little old me. =)
I still have yet to figure out how these posts are evaluated by the elusive Facebook algorithms but here is what I suspect...they pick up on certain words and if there is anything remotely related to a contest or giveaway or solicitation of business,…Continue
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Entrepreneurs aren't superhuman. Sure, they have drive, vision and dedication but that doesn't always guarantee success. It's easy to get derailed and frustrated when things don't go smoothly as planned. And trust me, they never do. The road to greatness is fraught with challenges so why not rely on help from others who share your direction and passion and whose skill sets can complement your offerings? Realize early on that you can't singlehandedly change the world, but with the support of…Continue
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Some people say you should write what you know. It makes sense, doesn’t it? After all, you can deliver a more compelling story if you’re familiar with the subject.
My editor told me from day one to expand out of my comfort zone and do just the opposite.
When I wrote Unlikely Venture, I had a storyline in my head. Okay, that's not exactly true. I had about a HUNDRED stories in my head before landing on the ONE, and even then I flip-flopped around until I landed on the…Continue
Added by Kristen Luciani on October 29, 2014 at 8:32pm — No Comments
There is a really good reason why feedback is so critical in the product development process.
Hmm, interesting. Tell me more.
If you go down a path without prospective customer feedback, you run the risk that you will never be able to gain traction in the marketplace. You WILL feel strongly about your product. This is pretty much a guarantee. It's hard not to take criticism personally when you've poured your heart and soul into your idea but develop a thick skin…Continue
Added by Kristen Luciani on October 27, 2014 at 11:04pm — No Comments
Kevin Hale, partner of Y Combinator and founder of Wufoo, recently gave a fab presentation at Stanford as part of the "How To Start a Startup" course. I LOVE these sessions. It's so great to gain perspective from those who've been successful putting their lessons into…Continue
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