Link Roundup

SYDW now has a Twitter account. Please follow me, because right now my only follower’s are my sister-in-law and the LADWP, and it’s lonely over there. I haven’t gotten up to speed on the whole thing yet, but I will. And then you can brag about getting in on the ground floor!

I am always looking on the lookout for fellow Angelenos who have an interest in used goods, and this week I happened upon the lifestyle blog of my (in a big picture kind of way) neighbor, Justina, at The Jungalow. She is a lifestyle/DIY blogger with an interest in thrifting, as DIY bloggers tend to be, and has a list of recommended thrift stores that overlap with some I’ve already done reviews for on this site. It’s so pretty it’s worth a look even if you’re too incompetent to do any of her projects, like I am!

Santa Monica is having a citywide yard sale on September 26th. If you live there, you can register your yard sale here. If you live nearby, definitely stop by on that day — Santa Monica is plenty posh, and there are sure to be deals.

Live in L.A. and not sure which days you’re supposed to water? Check out this handy chart, which lays out the schedule by odd or even numbered houses.

I was reading this essay by a former social worker about one of her former clients, and, as an aside she notes that, like most foster kids, he would move his belongings from home to home in a garbage bag. It gives me a chance to remind you that there is an organization called Suitcases for Kids that collects suitcases for foster kids because most foster kids end up transporting their belongings in garbage bags. If there isn’t anyone collecting them near you, consider starting a drive with your local Scout troop or Lions club and donating them to your local social service agency.

My 11947629_10155905973205417_3734541032001477149_nbrother bought several used ties, upon my recommendation, and here they are: $1.49 and $1.99. Eat your heart out! Or, better yet, snag a few used ones for yourself at your local thrift store!

1 Comment

  1. Good morning,

    My name is Antonio Albarracín from bonavendi.com.

    We are a comparison site that allows people to buy affordable used books, CDs, DVDs or videogames and also sell their used ones, at the best possible price. I have found Bonavendi a handy website to sell/buy used books, Dvds, Cds, Videogames. Easy to use, very good prices!

    Thank you very much for your time. I hope you are having a fine day.

    Kind regards,
    Antonio.

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