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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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I’m a DIYer. I like to “do it myself”. I’m pretty good at most DIY stuff, but I know my limits, too. DIY can provide some big-time renovation savings. Not knowing your limits can eliminate those renovation savings with a flick of a light-switch, or turn of the tap. But there are some easy, low-hanging fruit type of ways you can save on renovations that are within most people’s limits.
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Something very unique happened after the 2nd World War — an entire generation of pack-rats was born. Rather than go by “Pack-Rat Generation”, they called themselves Baby Boomers – or at least someone started calling them that. Now, this is totally a generalization. Not all boomers are pack-rats.

In fact, some are “minimalists”. Some were pack-rats, but through the beauty of the empty-nesting phase, they have downsized and realized “wow, I had a lot of useless $hit“.
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Selling stuff is fun.

I wouldn’t have started this site if I didn’t enjoy both selling stuff, and talking about selling stuff. When you start selling stuff – be it online or at a yard sale – you really do feel lighter. Don’t believe me? Try it then. Sell a bunch of stuff.

But before you attempt your first…uh…attempt selling stuff, there are some things you should know about how to maximize your yard sale sales!
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Life experiences aren’t always about exhilarating or extreme events. For me, it’s a unique food tour, an epic concert (or an epic fail concert). Sometimes it’s just a memorable night out with friends. But on my most recent trip to Texas I experienced a brief moment when time stood still.
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Well, it’s happened. I got old and am complaining about how things are now, and how better things were in days gone by. And it happened over the course of one night, the night the ticket stub souvenir died.
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Do you travel for work? When you do, do you get a chance to visit some of the attractions or dine out at the local favourites?
It’s surprising that not everyone thinks to do things like this, but it’s important to do, especially if you travel for a living.

I’ve recently started travelling again in a new role and had to teach a coworker to stop and smell the roses.
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I'm the first to readily admit that my generation (myself included) is deeply flawed. However I speak for myself and others when I say that perhaps part of the problem is corporate America, and not us millennials. Dear Corporate America is a brief letter from a traveling millennial on work satisfaction, flexibility, autonomy and beyond. Click to read it!

What do you think? Do you relate to this or do you think millennials are lazy and entitled?

http://passportandplates.com/blog/dear-corporate-america/
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Diamonds, platinum, gold, titanium, tungsten carbide…pfft, who needs them! Overpriced symbols of love if you ask me. And don’t even get me started on the over-commercialization of Valentines Day!

Hey, you don’t need a special day to express your love (or to buy overpriced flowers). Nor do you need to spend thousands of dollars on wedding rings to show the world your connection to one another. Instead, why not save yourself some time and money with these alternative minimalist wedding rings!
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