Part VI of our series on “Killer Stuff and Tons of Money” – Seeking History and Hidden Gems in Flea-Market America The sixth part of our interview series with Maureen Stanton: “Why do you think there is a growing (unfortunate) disconnect between the younger generations and the treasures of our past?” This is pure speculation, […]
So you want to be a Flea Market vendor? What’s a better deal than this? Time to pack your crap and get to Trader’s Village! There’s over a million shoppers waiting for you!
You may think that if you come home without a dozen red roses on Valentine’s Day, you will wind up in the dog house. While traditional can often be the best route, I like to take a more original and creative approach to my holiday gift giving. Before I get into specifics, let’s take a […]
One of my favorite places to find great decor items is Craigslist. This summer I scored this gorgeous antique urn for $100. I love pieces like this because they are so versatile. I used it on my screen porch to hold wine and in my entryway to hold greens for the holidays. It’s been sitting […]
Life is full of joyous occasions, and along with those joyous occasions we like to have a joyous celebrations. As we get older and more friends and family get married, have babies, birthdays and all of the good things that can happen, there is a good chance you will find yourself the key host/hostess for such […]
Here is the game for those interested: Before you go out for the night, possibly after a few drinks, make a competition for best outfit for under $20, then roll out to the bars. The people at the bars dictate who wins. You may wear your own underwear!