The Posh Life: Healthcare Heroes Describe What Their Lives Are Like Right Now

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While millions of people are under shelter-in-place ordinances and our daily lives have changed as we know them; healthcare workers are still on the frontlines, risking it all to help fight COVID-19. Not only are they putting their lives at risk, they’re also sacrificing time with their family, their mental and physical health, and so much more. We spoke with healthcare heroes from the Posh community on how this global health crisis has affected their work and their daily lives, and how you can help.

Hi! I’m Sharon Rose Pangilinan and my closet name is @noy2312. I’ve been on Poshmark for 7 years now and am still going strong! I’m originally from the Philippines and migrated to the United States in 1994. I’ve been a nurse since 1989 and have experience in the fields of Home Health, Hemodialysis, Medical-Surgical, Trauma and now, Preoperative and Postoperative Care Nursing. 

What is your profession and how has the COVID-19 crisis affected your day-to-day? 

I’m a registered nurse at Sharp Chula Vista Medical Hospital and COVID-19 has interrupted our lives tremendously. I work at Sharp Surgery Center, an outpatient center where patients come in for surgery, then go home right after. When the California Surgeon General ordered all elective surgery to be canceled, our department was the first to be impacted, with all surgeries canceled and a lot of us nurses displaced. Fortunately, I was able to secure some days to work in the main Post-Anesthesia Care Unit after the second week. But, everything is still a wait and see on a “day-to-day basis” if I need to work the next day. There is no guarantee. When they need me, they’ll call. There’s no certainty and that’s what’s scary! But I believe that God is in control and He will provide for our needs. So in spite of all this, I’m calm and collected. 

How do you balance Poshing in this “new reality”?

Poshmark has given me an outlet. It is my “de-stressor” next to prayer and meditation. I work 8 hours and some days, 12 hours. When I get up in the morning, I check the app and if there are sales, I pack the item and get it ready for drop off. I spend 15 minutes sharing my closet and then get ready for work. Then during lunch break, I’ll share other closets. When I get home, after dinner, I’ll try to post at least 3-5 items per day to keep my closet current. I believe, based on my experience, that listing and posting drives sales together with sharing! It never fails! Being off work for the past few days has given me time to fully take care of my Poshmark closet and I’m spring cleaning as we speak! Sales are steady and it just goes to show that even though we are all living through this “new reality”, men and women are still shopping and thanks to Poshmark—we sellers have a platform to sell!

If you have a few words of advice on how the community can help, what are they?

This Coronavirus is not a joke or a hoax. It’s real, and I’ve seen patients and nurses affected—one fighting for their life and the other trying to keep them alive. From this experience, just obey the ordinance to stay home, keep your distance, wash your hands, and stay healthy! Make use of this time to refresh and improve or transform your Poshmark closet. There’s a reason why we are sellers and buyers at the same time. We are meant to support one another and this platform has made it happen for us all!

What are some of the adjustments you’ve made at home and to your daily schedule/routine? 

We’ve started to save our money, which has made us tighten our budget. It’s too early to tell how this situation will affect our economy, but it’s better to be wise and save now than regret it later. Also, with rising cases of COVID-19 patients, my husband, Gerald, is a Respiratory Therapist in a VA Hospital and I make sure that when we both get home, we go straight into the shower so we don’t spread the virus around the family. This situation may have affected us but it has made our family closer, having meals together and we actually see each other more! It’s a blessing more than anything.

What are the things you love about your job?

I love my patients! They may come from different walks of life but one thing they all have in common is that they need compassion, caring, and empathy. Nursing is not just giving pain medicine or answering the call light. It’s “putting one’s self” in their shoes, and giving them “what you would want to be given”. If I’ve done that, I’ve done my job.

Hey Posh Fam! My name is Dr. Chioma Kas-Osoka and my closet name is @chichi1007. I am originally from San Jose, California. I have been on Poshmark since March 2014, however, this year is when I began to actively and consistently engage in the Poshmark community.

What is your profession and how has the COVID-19 crisis affected your day-to-day?

I serve as a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow for the Meharry-Vanderbilt Alliance’s Community Engaged Research Core. Essentially, I am a public health researcher who is being trained and mentored to further develop clinical research skills. I took on this role early this year after graduating with my PhD in Health Promotion and Behavior from the University of Georgia in May 2019. My research focuses on identifying ways to reduce sexual health disparities experienced by adolescents and young adults in marginalized populations.

I was two months into my new job when the pandemic hit. I hadn’t even completely settled into my office when things changed. Thankfully, I am in a position where the transition to work from home was not exceptionally difficult. Being a public health researcher requires that I spend a lot of time reading articles, writing manuscripts, and presenting research findings at conferences. Most of this can be done from home, but conference presentations and conducting research with others has halted for now.

How do you balance Poshing in this “new reality”?

For me, Poshmark is a great money-making hobby. I have fun selling on this platform and I am constantly learning new things. I enjoy meeting new people and learning about their experiences, and Poshmark creates opportunities to do that in a virtual setting. I have had more time to engage with the Poshmark community during this quarantine. I’ve interacted with members during Sharing Power Hour and participated in various other Instagram events. I also find myself sharing my closet and other closets more often than before. I will say that I used to drive to the post office to drop off packages a few times a week. Now, I use outgoing mail in my complex and request pick-ups for larger packages.

If you have a few words of advice on how the community can help, what are they?

The best advice I can give is WASH YOUR HANDS AND STAY HOME. For those of us that can be at home, it’s important that we protect the health of those who are not able to. Follow the guidelines presented by the CDC and do your best to stay safe during this time. Also, please take care of yourself: mentally, physically, emotionally, and spiritually. Eat right, drink water, meditate, get some Vitamin D, etc. We are of no use to anyone if we are not healthy ourselves. Take some time to yourself, whether that is daily or once a week. The same grace you extend to others, extend to yourself. We are human. We will not get everything done all the time. AND THAT IS OK! Finally, this is just a personal preference, but limit the amount of news you watch. It is perfectly acceptable to step away for a while. 

What are the things you love about your job?

I love that I have a lot of flexibility and freedom in my work schedule. I love that I am able to use the knowledge I have acquired over the years to develop strategies that can help minimize negative health outcomes for underserved populations. Most importantly, I love that I am able to work alongside amazing men and women who are making strides in public health research.

Hi I’m Misty, or @mpfp0703, and I’ve been on Poshmark for a year and a half. 

What is your profession and how has the COVID-19 crisis affected your day-to-day?

I’m a nurse and COVID-19 has changed everything about my day-to-day routine. The way we provide care to patients has literally changed overnight. Patients can’t look directly into my eyes, because I’m wearing a shield, they can’t see my smile because I’m eating a mask. They can’t feel my embrace because I’m trying to maintain as much social distance as possible. It’s devastating. Those are all the reasons I love being a nurse. Patients are scared, healthcare workers are scared. The world is scared. 

How do you balance Poshing in this “new reality”?

I use Poshmark as my escape. It’s my creative outlet that brings me so much joy. 

If you have a few words of advice on how the community can help, what are they?

If you have any PPE supplies please donate them to your local hospital, nursing homes, or urgent care facilities. 

What are some of the adjustments you’ve made at home and to your daily schedule/routine? 

When I get home from work, I can’t hug my kids or kiss my husband. I have to disrobe in my garage, immediately wash all my clothes, shower, and sanitize my phone and any other personal items I’ve used at work before I can even say hello to my family. My 86-year-old mother-in-law who suffers with Alzheimer’s lives with us and we have implemented absolutely no visitors to our home at this time. She asks for her family daily. My family does not leave the house and we have a designated person who gets all the grocery pickups. We are trying our best to do what’s right at this time. 

What are the things you love about your job?

When I became a nurse I knew I wanted to serve others. My favorite part is seeing the healing. I take care of my patients and the reward comes when they are healed. It’s not always a physical healing, sometimes there are patients who can’t be physically healed, but there is almost always emotional or spiritual healing in every patient. That’s what I love. 

The Posh Life: Poshmark Parents on Balance, Family Life, and Self-Care Pt. 2

Poshlife_blogpost_bannerFor our last blog post we chatted with some amazing Poshmark Parents, so we’re back to spread the #PoshLove and hear from a few more of these superheroes. We asked parents how they’re adjusting to this new reality—from having kids home 24/7, to how they’re making time for Poshing, to self-care tips, and so much more. We hope these stories bring a little brightness and warmth during this uncertain time.

Hi I’m Velda Hall, @kwanylove, I’ve had a Poshmark account since 2018 but did not become really active until last year.  

How are you balancing Poshing, self-care, and family?

Not only is it important to create a routine, but it’s also important to spend time taking care of yourself outside of that routine. I spend the mornings and afternoon tending to my Posh closet and Instagram. I always find time to take daily walks with my kids to get some fresh air. At night, I’ll sometimes even have my girls join in on helping me with Poshing. I also find it important to support each other as much as we can during this time so we always eat dinner together, watch movies, and listen to music in the evening. 

What are some of the adjustments you’ve made at home and to your daily schedule/routine?

I’ve had to be more flexible throughout the day, which allows for more creativity and going with the flow. We also started a vision board with all of our goals, wants, and dreams which has helped lighten the mood. We’ll pick one movie for the whole day and we’ll spend time watching it, talking about it, predicting what will happen, which has brought us closer together and made this time a bit more fun. 

What are some ways you are practicing self-care?

I’ve been doing a lot of cleaning and organizing, which has helped me stay afloat. I find time to just breathe, relax, and do absolutely nothing except binge watch my favorite shows. I also find it important to get dressed in the morning—that helps me feel better about myself and I always end the day with a nice bubble bath.

Hello Posh fam! I’m Korbyn. My Poshmark closet is @atelierfoil. I’m from Louisville, Kentucky and I’ve been on Poshmark since 2013.

Are there any creative new activities you have done with your kids? If so, what are they?

We’ve been taking nature walks and encouraging my son, Mason, to find items of a certain color (a brown pine cone, a yellow flower, a green leaf, etc.)! We’ve also been focusing on counting activities (working on counting to 20 now!) and life and motor skills like pouring water into a cup, washing dishes, etc. 

What are some of the adjustments you’ve made at home and to your daily schedule/routine?

We’re giving ourselves grace now more than ever. Although we’ve been able to be more productive, it’s not our main priority. There will always be opportunities to clean out that closet, dust the mantle, etc. but this freedom of being able to be present together is rare so we’re focusing primarily on that right now (along with intentional alone time because…sanity. 😜).

In what ways has being at home brought your family closer together?

Josh and I have been focusing on improving our communication. This is something that has always been a priority but when you have places to be, errands to run, work to do, etc. sometimes it can be difficult to check in regularly. Taking time to talk through any unresolved differences we’ve had, as well as spending more present time with Mason has really helped evolve our relationship and family unit. Some great activities for us have been cooking together, teaming up on the bedtime routine, and talking through ways we can utilize the extra free time we’ve been given. 

Hi, I’m Korey @shopwithkorey, and I’m currently Poshing from Minnesota! I’ve been on the Poshmark app for just about two years.

How are you balancing Poshing, self-care, and family?

I have a 4-year-old daughter and a 1-year-old son, so finding balance has been an ever-changing thing! There’s been a lot of trial and error to find our new normal with everything going on. I’m a pretty spontaneous person and my style is as well. Setting out loosely blocked time for everything and making sure that Poshing, self-care, and family time happen every single day is essential! My daughter is a self-proclaimed little Posher and has taken on the job of attaching labels and thank you stickers to each package. I have included her in the entire process and she can’t wait to do it every day. I love that it has become something so fun for us to do together! 

Are there any creative new activities you have done with your kids? If so, what are they?

There are so many wonderful companies offering free or discounted memberships for workout classes and learning sites and I have taken full advantage of making those a part of our daily routine. A morning stretching and workout has been a fun way to get the kids moving and start our day on a high note! Talent shows and magic shows are a regular event and bath time is now referred to as “swimming lessons”. We are also enjoying new recipes and getting creative with baking!

How are you dealing with some of the tougher questions they’re asking? (i.e. Why they aren’t going to school or why they can’t see their friends)

I have tried to keep things light as my daughter is an emotional little one. We had to postpone a special birthday trip to Florida for her, we explained that many people got sick and the safest place for us right now is at home. There are so many wonderful people working to help everyone get healthy again and it’s important that we stay home to let them do the best job they can! Though she asks many questions daily and sometimes on repeat she understands that everyone needs time to feel better! 

#PoshmarkGivesBack TikTok Challenge

Since many of us are at home, let’s rally together to give back and have a little fun while we’re at it! For the next 48 hours, we’re challenging you to the #PoshmarkGivesBackChallenge on TikTok—an exciting way to show off your personal style (and dance moves!) while giving back to charitable organizations in need. Every time our hashtag #PoshmarkGivesBack is used on TikTok, we’ll donate $1 to Feeding America and Food Banks Canada.

How does it work?

  • Create a video on TikTok showing off your unique style—make a personal style lookbook, show us how you would style something multiple ways, or highlight your favorite Posh Find. Anything that shows off your unique take on fashion is up for this challenge.
  • Use our hashtag #PoshmarkGivesBack and tag @Poshmark in your TikTok caption so we can count your submission.
  • Every time our hashtag is used from March 31st to April 1st, we will donate $1 to Feeding America and Food Banks Canada.

Are you up for the challenge? Get creative, show us your unique sense of style, and help us give back to those in need.

Follow the fun on TikTok

Poshmark will donate $1 for every TikTok video posted using the hashtag #PoshmarkGivesBack from 3/31 – 4/1, up to $5,000. Proceeds from this challenge will go directly to Feeding America and Food Banks Canada; split 50/50.

Press Play: Poshmark Podcast Roundup

There’s nothing better than listening to an inspiring podcast to get us moving and grooving. Looking for something to inspire your entrepreneurial journey? Some comedic relief? Or looking for advice and stories from a Posher-produced podcast?  Here are the podcasts Team Posh and the community are loving right now:

Business

  • Girlboss Radio
    Join Sophia Amoruso, CEO and founder of Girlboss and Neha Gandhi, editor in chief and COO of Girlboss as they have “honest conversations with trailblazing women.”
  • The Sustainable Style Podcast
    Join hosts Lauren Engelke & Kaitlynn Gee as they share their styling tricks, interviews with sustainability insiders, and more.
  • How I Built This
    Host Guy Raz conducts interviews with “innovators, entrepreneurs, idealists, and the stories behind the movements they built.”
  • WorkParty
    “The weekly podcast will break down the business of being a modern working woman: tackling topics from negotiation, honing your pitch and creating that killer tagline.”

Podcasts by Poshers

  • A Reseller’s Passion
    Hosted by Leslie Tucker, this is a podcast for resellers to hear tips & tricks as well as insights on how others run their online businesses.
  • Poshing Together
    Each week, hear about Christina Duehn’s reselling journey on Poshmark. 
  • Thrifters Villa
    Join Daniela and Lori as they discuss online reselling, entrepreneurship, lifestyle, and more.
  • Flip the Script
    A podcast for resellers, by resellers.
  • The Resellers Voice
    Join April Hunter as she interviews members of the reseller community to “hear some of their tips, tricks and how they make reselling work for them.

Society & Culture

  • Naked with Cat Sadler
    “Come take off your armor with us in Cat’s bedroom, while listening in on the most honest and real conversations in podcasting.”
  • The Good Life with Steve & Sazan
    Join Stevie and Sazan as they work together to “warm hearts, inspire minds, and captivate listeners through intimate stories and powerful conversations with people who are making an impact.”
  • The Morning Toast
    Claudia Oshry and Jackie Oshry go live every weekday morning to talk about all things pop culture.
  • Unlocking Us with Brené Brown
    Join researcher and #1 New York Times best-selling author Brené Brown as she unpacks and explores the ideas, stories, experiences, books, films, and music that reflect the universal experiences of being human, from the bravest moments to the most brokenhearted.
  • Hidden Brain
    Host Shankar Vedantam uses science and storytelling to reveal the unconscious patterns that drive human behavior, shape our choices and direct our relationships.

Comedy

  • Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
    Actor Dax Shepard sits down to celebrate each guest’s “challenges and setbacks that ultimately lead to growth and betterment.”
  • Office Ladies
    Fan of The Office? You’ll want to hear this. This is the ultimate rewatch-a long podcast.
  • The TryPod
    Buzzfeed’s Try Guys move to podcast to discuss their experiences as internet creators.
  • Mediocre Millennial Advice
    Podcast full of stories and “unsolicited advice” for anyone struggling to get through their twenties.
  • Good For You
    Comedian Whitney Cummings has a lot of questions for different kinds of people. Join her as she dives into conversations that are “always interesting and never too long.” 

True Crime

  • Crimejunkies
    If you can never get enough true crime… Congratulations, you’ve found your people with this podcast.
  • Finding Cleo
    CBC news investigative reporter Connie Walker searches to find out what really happened to Cleo.
  • My Favorite Murder
    Hosts Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark tell their favorite tales of murder and hear hometown crime stories from listeners.
  • The Dropout
    Hear the story of Elizabeth Holmes and Theranos straight from former employees, inventors, and those at the center of this unbelievable story.

Have a podcast you’re loving right now? Share in the comments below.

Press Play: Poshmark Spotify Playlists

Get ready to press play and listen with us all day long! We curated the following playlists to tune into whether you need some Monday morning motivation or something to dance to when shipping out your #PoshPackages.

Playlist Title: Monday Fund-day 
All the #MondayMotivation songs you need to lift you up and kick start your week!

Playlist Title: What we’re list(en)ing to
Whether you’re tackling your death pile or finally found time to list, here’s the soundtrack to keep you going.

Playlist Title: Handle with Care
Handle your #PoshPackages with care while playing this playlist in the background. 

Playlist Title: Ain’t No Party Like a Posh Party
Posh, Fizz, Clink! Party with your PFFs and dance it out while you share your favorite listings!

The Posh Life: Poshmark Parents on Balance, Family Life, and Self-Care

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While there are many uncertainties in the world right now, we can confidently say that the Poshmark community will always be here to support each other. As we all try and navigate through this unprecedented time, we decided to ask some amazing Posh Parents how they’re adjusting to this new reality, in hopes that it’ll be helpful to you.  Hear them share their stories—from having kids home 24/7, to how they’re making time for Poshing, to self-care tips, and so much more.

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Hi! I’m Jen from Evallia. I’m from Northeast Ohio where I’ve lived my entire life. I’ve been selling on Poshmark for just shy of 3 years but only selling full-time since the beginning of 2019. Fun Fact: My Posh name comes from adding the beginnings of my kiddos names together!

How are you balancing Poshing, self-care, and family?

I’ve been working fully from home with a little one since I quit my job at the end of 2018, so it’s not completely new to me. The biggest addition to my daily life is that my older kids are home from school. I have a 3-year-old, a 10-year-old, and my stepdaughters are 12 and 16. Being a split family, the older 3 kids aren’t here 100% of the time. As far as Poshmark and work goes, I can typically prep and photograph items for the day within an hour or less. Usually, I do this when I give the little one some screen time and the others are working on schoolwork. I will typically list a few things during the day and then some more in the evenings. A lot of Poshers have set schedules for their day but my mindset is more, “get done what you can when you can”! As of right now, I don’t take one day fully off from Poshmark. I usually work in one capacity or another, especially while we’re stuck at home anyway. My husband helps A TON by sharing and helping me with putting away inventory, and it always helps that I love my job and don’t mind doing it every day! Sometimes I consider Poshing my self-care. I may take an hour or so in the evening for myself to sit down, put a TV show on, and list (which usually involves wine!) or scroll through my PFFs’ closets. Luckily, I also love to cook and bake, so making 3 meals a day (husband helps in this category as well) is kinda my zen zone. That being said, dinner is always a time to connect with the family. We always eat together and try to all make it to the dinner table.

Are there any creative new activities you have done with your kids? If so, what are they?

Yes, definitely! I’ve created a very loose schedule for the weekdays, where the kids first get their school work done before anything else. After that, I try to get them in a creative mode where I let them do an art project of their choice based on a certain topic, or I have them all work on one thing. For instance, I’m super excited about what I have planned for this week. I’m gathering random items from around the house (like jars, pieces of wood, plastic containers, etc.) and giving the kids 60 seconds to gather what they can (think of one of those crazy cooking shows!) to make bird feeders. I’ll give them an hour to make and decorate them. Another art project I have to tell you guys about because I think a lot of Poshers will get a good laugh, is about my sweater fuzz black sheep. My little guy always takes my sweater shaver apart and gets the fuzz everywhere, so I decided to make him a sheep picture to glue the fuzzies on to look like wool. If that’s not inventive, I don’t know what is!

What are some of the adjustments you’ve made at home and to your daily schedule/routine?

I am someone who likes to leave the house. I usually go to Target, grocery shop, or thrift shop multiple times throughout the week so it’s definitely been an adjustment for me. I’ve had to make meal plans and purchase enough groceries to last us a lot longer than before to minimize my exposure to others. As far as my work schedule goes, I’m definitely getting less done during the day while I try to wrangle the kids to stay on task with their school work and to come up with other activities to occupy them.

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Hi! I am Genevieve Alba, a mother and goal-getter living in Secane, Pennsylvania. I put my best foot forward in everything I do. I am balancing my life stylishly and I like to sell clothes for the everyday women and kids on Poshmark @bestof_alba. I opened my Poshmark account in 2017, but wasn’t actively selling until January 2019.

How are you balancing Poshing, self-care, and family?

The best ways I’m balancing Poshing, self-care, and family is by having a schedule. I usually write my schedule the night before so I have an idea of what my day will look like. I wake up early so I can have a few hours head start to my day. 

Are there any creative new activities you have done with your kids? If so, what are they?

My daughter loves playing outside and I too love the outdoors, but because of the circumstances we are in, I have to explore my creative side to keep my daughter busy. We have brought the paint brushes out, showed off our dance moves on TikTok, baked some delicious treats, and also  sang along to some of her favorite Disney songs.  

In what ways has being at home brought your family closer together?

I’m excited to see the way my daughter learns at school. Doing activities and building memories in this uncertain time is somehow a blessing to me. I used to dream about working from home, and now I am able to do so and spending more time with my daughter is the best feeling in the world.

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My name is Peanut. I am a full-time reseller residing in Minnesota and a mom of three boys. Ian is 8, George is 2 and Ben is 6 months. My closet name is PeanutNCounting and I started reselling back in September 2018 part-time. In August of last year with the anticipation of having little ones under two, I resigned and became a full-time reseller and stay-at-home mom.

How are you balancing Poshing, self-care, and family?

How I manage to Poshmark through this pandemic while taking care of myself, my boys, my house and husband Karl is by working closely to a set schedule. This schedule has not changed much except for Ian being homeschooled due to the mandatory school closure. Every morning after Karl leaves for work, it’s just me and the three boys. During the day, I break everything into small time gaps. I pull and package my inventory from the previous day’s sales early while the three boys are still sleeping. Before the pandemic, I would pull inventory after dropping Ian off at school. During George and Ben’s daily naps, I list the inventory from the previous night’s measuring and picturing session. Sourcing is done when my family is available to help watch the boys. When Karl returns home, it’s family time, so Poshmark is put on hold through the afternoon. Karl and I take time after dinner to catch up on the events from the day and watch TV. Once the boys are in bed, it’s me time. I take advantage of the quiet house to list and measure inventory, so that during the little ones naps the next day I can list.

How are you dealing with some of the tougher questions they’re asking? (i.e. Why they aren’t going to school or why they can’t see their friends?)

Ian’s been pretty understanding of the world health situation but misses his friends at school. We are working with his teacher on using a platform that they can all live chat and interact in. Currently, Ian is using a website that allows him to chat with his classmate and that is already helping with not seeing his friends every day. Ian’s been asking to mail letters to his friends and that is something we are currently working on. 

What are some ways you are practicing self-care?

Self-care is very important, and I make sure to take a little bit of ME time every day. I usually use this time to get reselling tasks done or fold laundry. On a weekly basis, I make sure to give myself a mini home spa session. I give myself a facial, or take a nice long bath, or just sit in a room quietly by myself. 

Introducing Virtual Posh N Coffee Events

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As we all try to adjust to this new reality of social distancing, we understand how important it is for people to still come together. That’s why we’re excited to announce that we’re taking our newest type of Posh N Sip virtual—introducing: Posh N Coffee. 

What is a Posh N Coffee virtual event?
Posh N Coffee is a series of educational events hosted by Posh Ambassadors (AKA experienced Poshers) that are geared toward helping you build your business. All of these events will take place virtually, so you can tune in from anywhere at any time.

Who’s invited?
These events are geared toward helping anyone grow their Poshmark business. Whether you’re looking to join Poshmark or want to make it your 9-5, you’ll learn insider tips from the pros. 

When and where do these events take place?
Virtual Posh N Coffee events will be hosted via Zoom (so join us from anywhere!) every Saturday between March 28th and April 18th from 10:00 AM – 10:40 AM PST. Head to the Find An Event section of our events website to get started. 

How are these events different from traditional Posh N Sips?
Posh N Coffee events are a type of Posh N Sip that are slightly more business-focused and are hosted by Posh Ambassadors. 

We can’t wait to connect with you all virtually! Grab your coffee and we’ll see you there.

Find a Virtual Posh N Coffee Event

P.S. Spread the #PoshLove by encouraging your friends to join even if they aren’t on Poshmark.

Interested in hosting a virtual Posh N Coffee? US Posh Ambassadors apply here and Canadian Posh Ambassadors apply here