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I’ve quit shopping. No, not grocery shopping (though I really wish I could) or household goods. I have had to put my general shopaholic/drunk shopping tendencies on hold. Since the beginning of the year I haven’t purchased any of the unnecessary (but fun) purchases I normally would. No jeans, shoes, boots, blouses, dresses, or even Spanx (gasp! I love all things Spanx). I’ve blocked all my daily coupon emails from Ann Taylor and Banana Republic. I fight the urge to browse Gilt.com and Fab.com in search of random items that bring me joy when I can expect them at my front door in a few days.
The reason I had to stop spending money on frivolous goods is not to save money (that would be a good reason to continue my disciplined habits). Instead money has been reallocated to a variety of health practitioners and supplements… and some of these folks aren’t covered by insurance and they aren’t cheap. Continue reading
Every Thanksgiving we give thanks for our family and friends and their being a source of love and support in our lives. I’m immensely grateful to have amazing friends and family, and an awesome hubby and toddler to fill my life with joy (and poop).
There are some things though, that I’m grateful for that aren’t quite Thanksgiving day levels, but I still wanted to give a shout out to. Here are some things that in my day to day life I am grateful for… Continue reading