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Brain food: books we love

Earlier this week, I shared my affinity for the influence and insights of Seth Godin. Doing this got me thinking about so many other thought leaders who have helped me develop my own perspective on our world, our environmental circumstances, our consumption habits, and the need to embrace a more heart-centered, humanity-centered, and reuse-centered approach […]

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A quick primer: options for selling your stuff

Every day, people walk into our store wanting to sell their belongings. And every day, we have to communicate – at risk of disappointing a potential reuse ally – that we don’t buy from the public. Over time, we’ve developed a fair amount of expertise about how to sell stuff (we regularly sold via a […]

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