There is no hiding the fact that Refinery29 is home to many an eBay addict. We are not in recovery. And we don't plan on entering any time soon. No, we all happily indulge each other's fashion fetishes with frequent Instant Message debates over an object's worthiness.
If you've ever dreamed of owning your own business, let Linda Lightman be your inspiration. 15 years ago Linda sold her kids' old video games on eBay, then her own designer duds. Today she has a consignment business that does $25 million in annual sales, occupies a 72,000 square foot warehouse in Hatboro, Montgomery County, and employs 110 people right here in the Delaware Valley.
Did you know? You could have $3,000 worth of unused items in your house right now! Linda Lightman, online selling expert and Founder of Linda's Stuff, explains the best way to turn the items you no longer need into positive cash flow! How does she do it?
Tis the season (or almost!) to surround ourselves with family and friends in love and celebration. As Thanksgiving approaches and the traditional "give thanks" spirit fills the dining room and takes over our social media feeds, there is no better time to reflect and count our blessings.
The original Hollywood sign sold for $450,000 in 2005. While most people only know 'the' Hollywood sign that currently resides in Los Angeles, there are in fact two of them. The first one, installed in 1923 to promote real estate development in Los Angeles, deteriorated so badly that by the late 1970s it read 'HULLYWOD' instead of 'HOLLYWOOD'.