MOBILE, Ala. - Earlier this week, I told you about Tradesy.com , where women can buy or sell designer clothes for a reduced price.
Today, parents, I have a site that's going to save you money on your kid's clothes, plus tell you how you can use the site to contribute to Sandy Storm Relief, even if you don't have money!
The site is Thredup.com . It's an on-line consignment shop for children's clothing, and it is worth your time to check out these marked-down prices because face it, we can spend so much money on kid's clothes, just trying to keep up with how fast they grow!
ThredUp says all of their clothes are hand selected, and mom-approved with free shipping for any order over $40. Yesterday, ThredUp launced a new feature called 'groups' that lets you donate or raise money for charitable causes.
There's a group specifically for Hurricane Sandy Relief . You can make a donation, or even sell your kid's used clothes through the website, and 100 percent of the proceeds goes to the Red Cross to help those affected by Sandy.
Apple released the first minor point upgrade for the IOS 6 yesterday. IOS 6.0.1, features some bug fixes for those horizontal lines on the iPhone 5 keyboard, and the camera flash issue.
Users should also experience improved Wi-Fi-connectivity. if you have the iPhone 5, you'll have to update your updater to download it.
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