Mom Of 4 Quit Her Job To Be A Dumpster Diver, Making $1000 Per Week



In 2020, Tiffany She'ree ditched her job as a canteen server after discovering she could earn up to $1000 weekly by selling off trashed items found by dumpster diving at garage sales. For the mom-of-four, dumpster diving has remained a pursuit over the years.

Tiffany She’ree now earns up to $1,000 per week just by selling off items that she sourced from the trash pile.

For the first time in 2017, Tiffany gave it a whirl, found skincare products and some $1,200 worth of makeup. After this, she and her husband, 38-Year-Old Daniel Roach, went out on trash hunting. Not only has it been paying bills, but they’ve also furnished the bulk of their home with items found in the trash. 

For the 32-Year-Old, another man’s trash is her main source of income.

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Recently,she scored a $750 coffee machine from Bed Bath & Beyond and unopened makeup worth hundreds of dollars.

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32-Year-Old Sheree uses TikTok to show her dives from dumpsters outside of stores, including Party City, Ulta, and Victoria’s Secret. In particular, the discards range from items with somewhat damaged packaging to returns that can’t be sold ever again. She recently scored a $750 coffee machine from Bed Bath & Beyond and even unopened makeup worth hundreds of dollars.

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She’ree can get unopened makeup products among other items during her searches.

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In an interview with Media Drum, Sheree said: “I’d never heard of or thought about dumpster diving before I randomly saw a video on YouTube of these girls’ dumpster diving. When I saw the haul they came back with; I knew I had to try it for myself. I’ve found bed sheets, pillows, blankets, towels, and even pet products like cat trees and dog cages.”

The mom-of-four has since found bedsheets, pillows, blankets, towels, and even pet products like cat trees and dog cages.

She'ree finds can sometimes include items with somewhat damaged packaging or returns that can’t be sold ever again.

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While it has been fun for Sheree, her dumpster diving lifestyle has, however, been called trash. Some people have said that the hunts are the same as stealing, but it reportedly turns out legal in the United States. However, Sheree has had her clips removed from TikTok for illegal activities and unregulated goods. 

People have accused She'ree of stealing, but she insists she’s doing it for the good of the planet, and it all helps pay the bills.

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She’ree and her family (pictured below) sell off all the items found at garage sales.

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She has since been fighting back, telling trolls that if she hadn’t fished the goods from the dumpsters, they would have gone into landfills. Sheree has equally insisted that she’s happy that she’s saving items from landfills and doing her bit to help the environment and keep the planet clean.