Saturday, February 13, 2010

Top 3 Classic Sites: Ebay, Craigslist and Yardsalequeen

We did some errands today in beautiful downtown Lusby (Walgreens, Giant, hair cut for DH, lunch, and library) and while at the library, I picked up this latest and greatest David Bach book "Start Over, Finish Rich - 10 Steps to Get You Back on Track in 2010.

And lookie what I see on page 171:

So if I am counting correctly, that makes 2 David Bach books that has mentioned in it. The first one was Go Green Live Rich. I knew about beforehand since the publisher sent me a free copy. The one I saw today was a nice surprise. David, where's my free copy of Start Over, Finish Rich? Don't worry, I didn't deface the library book with a purple marker, it's photoshopped.


Cheap&Sweet said...

I so miss yard sale-ing. Their havent been any aroung here sents october. I'm jonesing! Thrift store are ok at best sometimes you find a really great deal but their is just something different about a good yard sale that you cant find at no thrift store.

Maybe you can do a post on best ever yard sale finds with a linky for other ppl to show their stuff.

Anonymous said...

You should definitely get your free book from you know his email address? Susan C.

Ralph Jones said...

Okay so I will admit it, I am a sucker for Garage/Yard Sale. Whenever I hear about one in the neighborhood I always rush to it as there are so many great things I have found to go along with my household items at less than a quarter of their original price. The charm of not knowing what you may find there is what drags me there. It's great to see you promoting it so actively. I am going to check out