Bartering is trading goods and services without the exchange of money. Popular before the advent of coin and paper currency, bartering was the way people got anything they needed, but didn’t produce themselves.
Bartering has made a resurgence as a “green” way to procure goods because it prevents the environmental damage that results from producing new goods and also prevents items from being dumped in landfills.
I am a supporter of bartering, so I created this page to share the items I currently need and the goods/services I am willing to trade in exchange for them. Take a look and let me know if you want to trade! If you’re interested, email me (firstname.lastname@example.org).
What I Need:
- Logo Design Work
- Succulent Cuttings
- Cookie Sheets
- Teacups and/or Saucers
- Furniture (preferably wood): Dresser, Bookshelves, Desk, Tables, Chairs, End Tables
- Storage Containers (all sorts and sizes)
- Kitchen Items: Hand Mixer, Blender, Microwave
- Old Books
- Spanish Lessons
- Sewing Lessons
- Homesteading-Related Lessons (non-animal): candle-making, soap-making, gardening, food storage, canning, woodworking
- Photography Lessons
- Knitting Lessons
- Handmade Goods: I love handmade items (especially jewelry and housewares)! So, if you see something on my What I Have to Offer list below that you want, go ahead and make me an offer of your handmade goods.
What I Have to Offer:
- Writing Services: website content, blog content, social media content, press releases, newsletter (and e-newsletter) writing
- Clerical & Business Services: editing and proofreading, marketing support, special project coordinating, data entry, mail merges, mailings, word processing and spreadsheets, internet research, and e-newsletter production
- Technology Trainings (can be done online or in-person): Facebook, Twitter, WordPress, MailChimp, and Google (including email, calendar, Drive)
- Advertising on One of My Sites (Homesteading Daughter, Grace & Spunk, Working Class Roots)
- Handmade Items from My Online Store (coming soon!)
- Willing to Negotiate– if there is something you need help with or think I could offer, go ahead and ask!