Thursday, October 19, 2017

Carousell enabled my music shop

Before I downloaded Carousell, I was just a music teacher harbouring a dream where I can one day sell music books and spread music to the world. When I took...

Staff pick: Snack basket

Here's a typical conversation at our office desks: “Can you put that away?” “It’s not mine! It’s hers!” “Aya whatever just put it on the table.” “UGH! Our table is a mess!” Yes, it is. A mess caused by an...

The inside journey of a mega toy car collector

Fast and Furious is out and all my car crazy friends (especially the team at Carousell Motors) are hyped! This hype translated into a spike of activity on the car-related items...

My First Carousell: A Waffle Maker

I first heard about Carousell when I was in the army. A friend of mine told me about how easy it was to sell on Carousell, so I figured I'd...

Earth Hour: 5 ideas for some fun in the dark

Earth Hour is happening at 8:30pm this Saturday, 25 March 2017, and we're really looking forward to it! It's a great excuse to get your friends together and plan...

3 reasons why you should teach your kids to sell their old toys

The school holidays are here, and you're probably looking up all activities to do with your kids during the break. I've got an unusual suggestion for you, and while...

Staff pick: Underwood Typewriter

The selection provided by Carousellers spans from the vintage Remingtons to the less vintage electric Brother typewriters. There are typewriters of all kinds of colours, even bright yellow like this Remington Riviera Sperry Rand!

What I learned from our All For Free charity drive

Last week we ran a drive at Carousell that we simply called #AllForFree. I'm sure you guys can figure out what the drive was all about 😆 LOL! We created this drive because...

The best $10 I ever spent on Carousell

A lot of old stuff that we think are useless usually turns out to be useful to others for a variety of reasons that we would never think of.

How I learnt to let go of her stuff – A Valentine's tale

I woke up to the same view of boxes stacked on boxes that I’ve woken up to many times before. Perhaps a part of me wished that I would...