This post was written in collaboration with Birch Lane.
In not-organization news I spent a not-productive Sunday watching an entire marathon of Flea Market Flip.
Have you ever seen that show?
It features two teams of two people who meet at a flea market and are given a certain amount of money and an hour and three categories of projects to create and they have to shop the market and buy loads of sad, neglected parts of this and that and turn it into something amazing. Then then the next day they bring their treasures back to the market and try to sell them and whoever makes the most profit wins $5000.
I know all of this because I spent hours yesterday watching the show.
I couldn’t help it.
As soon as I saw the teams I would start rooting for one of them and when I saw what they bought I had to see what they turned it into and then I had to see who won. And I kept thinking that this was going to be the last show and that any minute an episode of House Hunters was about to be on.
Good thing I got all organized before the whole Flip Market Flip debaucle.
And here’s how I did it.Continue reading