Background: I've been buying and selling shoes and clothing for around 2 years on multiple platforms. I've once before made an attempt to log all my transactions on an excel document, but never completed the document due to complexities. Since Christmas, I've sold most of the clothing/footwear I don't wear. My buying and selling once turned into an addiction, so I stopped it. Why I do it: - It's something I can enjoy doing. A lot of the time it brings about anxiety due to sinking too much time into it. This will be addressed. - I make money from doing it. - It helps me develop my style and fuel my Instagram. I have an interest in fashion/clothing and being able to wear so much varying clothing has helped me developed my personal style. - I believe there's potential to develop the basic premise of buying and selling into something bigger. Goal context: I've created a 'clean slate' from February, meaning that I've started off with £0 from February, and anything bought and sold since then has contributed to that total. Buying/selling can get convoluted if I don't keep on top of my transactions due to the seller fees and also due to where I'm buying my stuff from. Most of what I buy is from eBay and Grailed, however I've bought plenty from charity shops. This means I must log all clothing purchases from February and ensure I log all seller fees and every clothing purchase I make from shops. The goal: The goal is to make X amount of money by Y date. The figure I've got in my head is £250 by June 9th, which roughly equates to a profit of £30 a week. This may not sound like a whole lot, but consider that I would still like to purchase things for myself. My problem: I spend so much time dwelling on whether to buy things or not. I don't have a strict criteria regarding whether I should purchase something or not. The thinking usually goes like "I might like that. Maybe I'll end up wearing it a lot. If not, is there the potential to make some profit here?" It's very rare that I'll spend over £30 on something, unless it's something high-end in near-new condition, where I'm almost positive I'll be able to sell it for a good amount than I purchased it for. I'm not impulsive by any means, which is probably why I can easily spend hours trawling through items from 20+ designers I search for. I will only 'Buy It Now' if I'm positive I can make a decent profit on the item. What I'd like help with: - I feel I should only dedicate 3 days a week to searching for items on eBay/Grailed, and only an hour on each of those days. This could become confusing as auctions can end at any time on any given day. The solution to this could be to only go on eBay (outside of those 1x3 hour slots) whenever an auction is ending. The problem with this is that I can have 100+ items in my Watch List at any given point, meaning that eBay plays on my mind a lot: "When's that next auction ending" etc.. - This brings me onto: What items should be added to my watch list? Should I only be purchasing things that I genuinely like? But then I get the anxiety of "yeah, it looks nice, but many people will be bidding on it and I don't want to risk spending a lot on something that might not look great in person." - Perhaps I should add a cap to how many items can be in my watch list at any point. This would mean I would have to sacrifice some items for the sake of new items.