ThredUP: Selling my stuff

My first bag is ready to go!


I do not have much in it, but it is all New with tags. Let’s just say I have put on a few pounds….ugh. So I am sending my very best stuff to ThredUP in hopes that I will get the very best price. I can’t wait to find out what I end up getting. I won’t lie, I will be very disappointed if it is less than $30 bucks. I paid $70-$90 at least. All the pieces are Ann Taylor Loft or Banana Republic.

I have lots of nice used items but I am worried that they will not want it and donate it away! The whole point of this is for me to make some money to replace these items!!! I could pay $12.99 for them to return the pieces they reject, but then there goes my profit.

So I am going to do most of my selling on That will be my next post on “Selling My Stuff”


Gluten Free Donut Holes

Last week I tried a recipe for gluten free donut holes that were a flop. This week I tried changing the flour blend. So here is my new and improved gluten free donut holes!


The original recipe is found on SparkRecipes called Faux (Baked) Healthy Donuts. The recipe itself is already gluten free but when I tried ┬áit last week the kids didn’t like the Almond taste (neither did I).

So I switched the flour and added some glaze so here it is:

1/4 cup almond flour

1 cup Bob’s Red Mill All Purpose flour

1/4 tsp salt

1/4 tsp baking soda

3 eggs

2 Tbsp honey

1/4 cup coconut oil

1/2 tsp vanilla extract.

Mix all ingredients together in a bowl.

Pour into greased donut pan.

Bake for 10 minutes at 350 degrees.

I used my Babycakes Cake Pop Maker instead of a donut pan. Popped them in for 6 minutes and they were ready!


2 Tbsp milk

1 cup powdered sugar.

Mix and then dunk the donut holes in the glaze.

I used a cookie rack and the glaze drips down so I put a piece of wax paper underneath.

Everyone loved them!
I am sharing this recipe on Gluten Free Wednesdays.

Selling My Stuff: Clothing

This is my first post of a series called "Selling My Stuff" I am contemplating using or to sell some nice, new or almost new clothing on-line. I have always sold my clothing on Facebook Swap groups, ebay, and garage sales, … [Continue reading]