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Goodwill Outlet Haul

I. Love. The. Goodwill. Outlet. Store.

That's all. 

So, have you ever shopped at a Goodwill Outlet Store? They have huge blue bins and you just dig and dig and dig and find amazing stuff. It's my therapy. Clothes and housewares are prices by the pound and other things are usually priced cheaper than the regular Goodwill store. 

I went there last night for my "Mommy Night". It seriously is so fun. 

Here's what I got from there last night. 

(Look at the bottom to see how much I paid!)

0-3 Month infant shoes-these are going in a baby shower gift.

4T Jillian's Closet Dress


I've been wanting to read this book for a little while!

A completely unused hardcover notebook

A women's black dress skirt that I'm cutting down to make a skirt for my oldest girl for church.

Gap shirt for me.

St. Johns Bay shirt for me.

5T WonderKids Dress

PJ Shirt for my oldest.

And guess what I paid for it all???




It was actually $3.91 but I rounded up to the nearest dollar for the Goodwill charity. 

This is a great place to buy clothes and re-sell for a profit on places like Ebay. It can bring in a little extra side money when you need it. 

Can you see why I love the Goodwill Outlet now? You will have to see if you have one close to you! Let me know if you do!


  1. Wow, I have never gone to a Goodwill Outlet, but now I think I will! Thank you for posting on Thrifty Thursday Link Party.

    1. They are really awesome! I hope you have one nearby! Even if there's one within an hour or two, it's a fun day trip if you are in the mood to dig! Good luck finding something!


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