WHAT'S YOUR INSPIRATION?
Put new life into your Goodwill Finds. Finding Your Good is about gaining inspiration from a community of experts who will provide tips to help you reinvent your personal style that is socially sustainable.
Practicing sustainability doesn’t have to be a difficult task that disrupts daily life. And it certainly doesn’t have to be expensive. There are so many small and simple things we can do on special occasions or daily to be more conscious consumers. Here are five easy actions we can take to say no to using plastic, or at the very least, using less of it.Read More
How do you take a set of kitchen/dining room chairs from a little grimy (no offense!) to a lot of groovy? By quite simply picking the right, fun fabric! This week’s blog features a set of chairs with great, clean lines and super solid construction. However, after 20 years of daily use—enduring spills from meals and drips from entertaining—these Scandinavian beauties had lost some of their good looks.Read More
Thrifting, undoubtedly, can make one hungry. Flipping through the racks, scouring the housewares shelves….it can get exhausting! After a productive thrifting trip, the stomach rumbles can be quite loud and distracting. So today, I bring you a quick list of vegan-friendly places in Fairfax, VA for you to try by yourself or with friends for a little after-thrift noshing.Read More
JI needed a better way to display my growing collection and I was really excited when I found this super-cute wooden rack at the Annandale, Va. Goodwill store last December.Read More
Not wanting to store hop any longer, I decided to do what any experienced thrifter would do – I began to shop the other sections of the store! After spending less than 10 minutes in the men’s section, I lucked up and found a pastel-colored gingham oxford shirt for $4.99! This shirt would look great as-is on my husband but I wanted it for myself. Now I know what you may be thinking, how will an oxford shirt turn into a wrapped skirt?Read More
We all remember the childhood story, “The Little Train that Could,” which featured a small engine that was up for a big challenge by being optimistic with its mantra, “I think I can, I think I can.” You, too, will be successful when you apply the little train’s motto for your DIY projects.Read More
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