Cleaning Out with Swapdom

“Growth only comes from adversity and from challenge—from stepping away from what's comfortable and familiar and stepping out into the unknown.” — Ben Saunders

I've found Swapdom and I'm in love. Over the years, I have accumulated so many clothes and shoes that I never know what to do with myself. When I first moved to New York, I packed my entire car with nothing but my wardrobe and have pieces I have yet to ever still wear to this day. So far, I have done two events where I sell some of my clothes and get to meet my followers at the same time. Since then, I've bought even more stuff to the point where I have bins underneath my bed because I ran out of closet space. I even had an etsy account where I'd sell my vintage items I no longer had use for.

After a year or so of having my etsy, I stopped selling items just because I got so busy. Now I'm finally settled back into a new apartment and decided to open a Swapdom account. Swapdom is great if you have clothes that you no longer want or need. You can easily swap it for something else you like without having to bargain. Posting items were easier than I imagined which is great because I really don't have the extra time. You guys can check out my Nadia Aboulhosn Swapdom profile where I listed a few items and will continue to add more with time. Incase you want to see how Swapdom works, check out the flow chart below!

This post is sponsored by Swapdom. All thoughts are my own.



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