I originally started this WordPress site as a blog. Which I never actually wrote on (shocking). But when even your dad has a blog (https://edgoode.com – he is pretty funny, even if you have no interest in a Jersey Guy turned Georgian in Phase 2 of his life) you figure you gotta get on the cool kid bandwagon.
I have been telling myself for a year (or two…) that I am going to “get serious” about this selling thing. Reselling vintage and modern clothing and other random cool stuff has been a learning curve, but I know that I have come a long way from selling cheap Pyrex on Instagram .
However, I absolutely still have far to go! One of the things I struggle with pretty much daily has been the motivation and belief in myself. I definitely have that defiant “I kick ass!!” belief that some of you may be familiar with. The kind that “knows” you can do anything – but that belief has not quite seeped far enough into the concrete of my very thick subconscious to be fully truthful. It has, however, become one of the things I work on every (almost) day.
So I will probably write about some of that here. What started off as an intention to write about cats and tattoos (like, seriously, 4 years ago?) will likely end up being about reselling, cats, depression, motivation, manifestation, cats, weird hair color, vintage lingerie, cats, coffee, and probably some self-deprecating humor. I hope that this can serve as inspiration for people, and I don’t honestly know where the bulk of my focus will be. Likely on vintage clothing and/or selling. Whether you read this because you are my dad, or because you know me and are curious about just how weird I am, or because you stumbled across me blindly and follow for the reminder that there is at least ONE person who has it less together than you do – I am grateful for the follows, and look forward to the trip.
PS – I have no idea how often I will update this. And when I do, it will most likely be very unplanned and rambling. I get very grandiose in the moment, but it may or may not always translate to action. My therapist and I are working on that.