A little while back, I was perusing the blogosphere checking in to see the reactions to the A&G release. I remember coming across something that I really liked and seeing that it was available for trade. Seeing that the blog was devoted to the Cubs, I remember checking to see what I might be able to trade and then leaving a comment as a way to initiate a trade conversation.
All of this just came back to me. For the life of me, I can't remember what blog it was that I commented on, even after sorting through my blogroll and checking posts. Dammit.
Does this ever happen to you? I need to be more efficient about this stuff. What are some of the ways you keep your trading house in order? I would certainly appreciate any advice!
PS - If any of you Cubbies out there were wondering what I had, this card was the centerpiece and can still be had for the right price (preferably some 2013 A&G cards/inserts).
That happens to me about three times a day.ReplyDelete
I do this a lot. I should build a favorites folder and just add a bookmark to the specific post in question anytime something like that catches my eye, but that would require effort and pre-planning.ReplyDelete
I go through sticky notes like nobody's business. I also have a small end table in my man room that is dedicated solely to trades. Most of it is trade stacks for the future and what not, but the sticky notes underneath each pile help keep me from losing my sanity.ReplyDelete