I was featured in the Seattle Times article about the Seattle Goodwill 35th Annual Glitter Sale and why it’s the last

I love to thrift and I’m proud of it, almost like it’s a hobby. I’m good at seeking out great brands at sweet prices, which most of the time are for myself or my home decor, but sometimes are for others like my 2 year old nephew or friends little ones. It’s budget friendly and contributes to sustainable living, while also helping others through the Seattle Goodwill programs available to community members in need.

I was thrilled to be asked to be interviewed for this Seattle Times article “Seattle’s annual Goodwill Glitter Sale ending after 35 years, $3 million raised and a tsunami of sequins” that was published on October 26th, 2019.

Want to learn more about my thrifting? Check out some past blog posts here: Seattle Goodwill Glitter Sale 2018 and others like it here.

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