It's a lot harder going secondhand shopping with a lot of restrictions that keep varying depending on where you go or are located. It's not as easy as rummaging through piles of clothes or racks, we can't try things on (very often) anymore to make sure items fit before we buy, and with the limited shoppers many places are bumping up their prices even though they've all been getting mass donations throughout Lockdown 1. We are entering a second official Lockdown and it's looking like nowhere will be allowed open. How are we shopping now?
Hey pals, I'm not a huge gamer, I enjoy playing old games from when I was younger and also always been a Sims person. But the gaming industry can be a pretty wasteful space. Things are slowly getting better as we mostly pay for a digital copy or pay to stream games now vs. always … Continue reading How To Be A Thrifty Gamer in 2020
Hey pals! This lovely girl, Cecile, gave me so much information about local and UK taxidermy before she goes to France to become part of the scene there because I'm kind of interested in it and possibly buying some pieces (mainly bones for me) and want to buy from decent places and I know there … Continue reading Taxidermy: Tips For Newbie UK Buyers
Hey pals, I finally got out of the house alone and wanted to try and find some of the things on my thrifted clothes wish list (spoiler: I didn't find any of them...) and I tried on a bunch of clothes and took photos, so I wanted to tell you about my experience shopping as … Continue reading Thrift Shopping: Mid-Size and Disabled