In May 2020, Skipper “explored with a hairpin until the house was built.” She started the “Trade Me Project” inspired by Canadian blogger Kyle MacDonald, who exchanged paper clips 14 times before getting a house. The full-time product manager has gained hundreds of thousands of followers on social media while recording her transactions. Soon people began to invest in their trips. She finally achieved her goal last month when she received the key to a small house in Tennessee, USA, in exchange for a trailer. “After 28 deals and all the ups and downs, I finally did it,” she said in a video while standing in front of her new home. Skipper followed some rules on the mission-she just traded and didn’t take any money. Second, she never traded with anyone she knew. Along the way, she swapped Nike Air Jordan, an electric skateboard, a Chipotle celebrity card, and a Margarita glass until she finally got her home.
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