I started a 20g 10-deep glyph wall. I had a few intentions for it with respect to the market and competition, but after posting my wall I realized just how much time I had put into my glyph empire. Each milling, each crafting, each posting and mailbox clear--I was spending more time on the AH than I was playing the game. I hadn't quested on my alts in weeks, only sat in LFD while milling herbs. I was even milling while reading (my husband has started me on the Wheel of Time series).
It was time to sell.
With over 3k glyphs still on the AH, this was the contents of my kingdom:
It doesn't look like so much when it's across multiple toon and bank tabs. This was a little intimidating to see.
I spent a few more hours calculating the value of everything and sold it at a discount to my GM for 120k.
It felt a little weird logging in today. My mouse hovered over my glyph poster on my main account for a moment before I logged onto my other bank toon. I realized I didn't even need the second copy of WoW that I'd started yet. This is going to take some getting used to.