Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Don't get high on your own supply.*

No drugs of any kind were consumed for the purpose of penning this post -- or consumed period, for that matter. I simply thought "Don't get high on your own supply" made for a far more attention-grabbing title, as opposed to "I sold a shit-load of items on eBay, and then turned right around and blew all of my earnings on even more shit I didn't need."
...Which is precisely what I did.
After carving hours out of my schedule -- hours I didn't really have in the first place, writing listing descriptions, taking photos, and trying to figure out what the starting bid should be for all the items I was selling, I had earned a measly 60-something dollars when it was all said and done.
Sixty. Fucking. Dollars. 
And even then, a small portion of that ended up being chipped away at because I under-estimated how much it would cost to ship every freakin' item I sold.
But, wait, it gets worse. (And as you know by now, it always gets worse.):
I turned right around and spent all of the money before it had so much of even a ghost of a chance to luxuriate in my PayPal account for a day or so.
I spent it on frivolous shit. Useless shit. Shit I didn't need.
Like this sweater:

And this one:

And this Christmas dress for DD (even though next Christmas is light-years away, and I am bound to see something else that I'll want even more than this one before then):

And these granola bars:

Who the fuck buys granola bars on eBay?
Me. That's who.
I'm pathetic. 

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  1. Hey there! I love that Christmas dress you bought for your daughter and those sweaters are not that bad.

  2. Thank you! And you want to know the best part? All of these items look even better in person!

    Thank you for reading and commenting.


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