|Lot of Victorian Ephemera by tparty|
|Antique Aurora Dater Machine by jenzee09|
|Lot of Antique Photographs by FancysVintageStore|
|Vintage Street Sign by TheFancyLamb|
|Antique Folk Art Primitive by birdie1|
There are a few ways to master it. One: develop a will of iron and overcome any petty mental issues like fear of boredom, monotony and ironing. I admire you greatly if you can do this. I know some of you are doing it-I've seen your shops. Kudos to you.
|Vintage Cow Milk Kitchen Towel by in2vintagecloths|
Two: ignore your instincts. Meaning, it makes total sense to want to list like items at the same time. If a buyer comes in that likes one piece of enamelware, chances are they'll buy two! But if you have a pile of thingamabobs staring you down, ignore that instinct. Parse the items out. Tell yourself you'll list x number of them every day, or every other day. Do a little bit at a time and you'll get a great sense of achievement. And you'll also make more progress than you would have.
|Vintage Red & White Enamelware by calloohcallay|
Three: sell it in different ways. Put the ten best on Etsy, a lot of them on Craigslist and a lot on an auction site. Sell some of it locally. Do whatever you can to break the mental lock.
|Vintage Tablecloth by DoadandStelley|
Now that I've written all this down, I'm motivated. This week I have committed to washing, ironing and listing my gazillions of vintage linens. If I've inspired you at all, join me. Let's see what we can accomplish!