I broke the news to the husband last night.
“I need your help Friday morning.”
“To do what?”
“Set up for our yard sale.”
He’s made his position on yard sales very clear throughout our more than three decades of marriage. He has stated on numerous occasions that he wasn’t going to be part of any yard sale, but I figured he could help me move the stuff from the house to the yard. He reluctantly has agreed because he really wants the stuff out of the house.
As I wrote in a post in May, I seriously lack *finesse in the yard/garage sale business. I also asked if any readers had tips, but the responses I received revealed that my readers are not overly savvy in this department either. So I’m going to use the article from Organized Home I noted in the previous post as a road map.
I’ve printed out the site’s handy Yard Sale Check List. First stop is an office supply store to purchase pre-printed yard sale price stickers; a great tip from the article. They’re printed in amounts from 10 cents to $10 and should be a real a time-saver. Who knew?
I’m ready to get this sale organized – wish me luck!
My yard sale *finesse level: Novice Advanced beginner Competent Proficient Expert
What’s your yard sale finesse level?
*finesse (skill, flair, grace elegance, poise, assurance)