I love all the resellers that have been so open and sharing their do’s, don’ts, and mistakes on reselling. They’ve been helpful and are still helping me to grow as a reseller. There are so many videos and channels now that you can narrow by platform, by category and by regional area. The only thing is I’ve noticed a few are now going online and complaining about Goodwill and other thrift stores raising prices. We all need to be honest though. We can’t expect to learn and share strategies and pricing and then get upset when the thrift stores watch and learn as well. Honestly there are a lot of us resellers. We learn of BOLO’s and then get disappointed when the market gets flooded. What matters is what you do with that information. Find your niche. Venture out of your comfort zone. There are more categories to experiment with that you can make money from. There is plenty of money to be made if you apply the lessons you’ve learned. Just know if you’re doing this full time, you have to adapt. I can complain about eBay or other platform fees but truth is, they are a business that has a reach I couldn’t yet achieve on my own. They bring a global market. And if I can still find a way to make money then I’m good with appreciating our symbiotic relationship. I plan on sourcing at garage sales and estate sales this weekend in some neighboring smaller cities for some fresh perspective and find different items to add to my stores. My new goal is researching vintage items, whether clothing or collectibles, and finding a niche that is not as saturated with other resellers. After all, I want to eventually resell full time with collectible items that people seek me out for and that is my end game. Have fun and happy sourcing!