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Sell All Your Stuff...and do more stuff with less stuff.
Sell All Your Stuff...and do more stuff with less stuff.

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Sometimes the experience you expect doesn't happen, but that doesn't mean you can't find a positive in a negative.

#life #experience

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This weekend is a long weekend here in Canada and the following weekend is a long weekend in the US. So you know what that means - It's Yard Sale Season!!

We've come up with four awesome revenue generating tips to help ROCK your sale!

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My wife +Shelly McCullough and I ventured over to BC's Sunshine Coast this past weekend. What a beautiful area! We've been living in BC for almost a year and this was our first time there. So much to see and do in one weekend. 

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Here we go again, preparing for another BC adventure as we set out for the Sunshine Coast this weekend. It was a spur of the moment decision and wasn’t planned at all – something we do a lot more lately than we ever used to.

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Here we go again, preparing for another BC adventure as we set out for the Sunshine Coast this weekend. It was a spur of the moment decision and wasn’t planned at all – something we do a lot more lately than we ever used to.

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Sell all your stuff - An interview with +Al McCullough and +Shelly McCullough

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Selling all your stuff is fun, at least it was both times we did it.

You learn new stuff each time, and when you do need to purchase stuff you know of better purchasing methods like Thrift Shops, or finding ways to re-purpose stuff, for that matter.

But sometimes it pays to not actually sell all your stuff – sort of – especially when that stuff provides you with some amazing life experiences. So yeah, sometimes it’s okay to keep stuff.

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Selling all your stuff is fun, at least it was both times we did it.

You learn new stuff each time, and when you do need to purchase stuff you know of better purchasing methods like Thrift Shops, or finding ways to re-purpose stuff, for that matter.

But sometimes it pays to not actually sell all your stuff – sort of – especially when that stuff provides you with some amazing life experiences. So yeah, sometimes it’s okay to keep stuff.
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