Ever since my little thrifting experiment with my observations here, my rule is to avoid and pretty much abhor paying retail but I know secondhand goods can make people squeam
I talk about money, and I have a pretty minimalist fridge, but what's funny is that we don't actually set a budget for food at all. We just eat what we want, and lately for me, tha
I had a "Carrie" moment, as a reader put it, and realized my wardrobe costs over $50,000. Good thing I have already paid my condo in cash, or else I'd be really feeling stupid.
The saying "birds of a feather flock together" are absolutely true, even for humans, but it doesn't mean we need to subscribe to those stereotypes & refuse to open our minds.
After I moved, everything was a hot mess. I mean it was a bit of a hot mess before, I was using no less than 3 closets for all of my things. I basically just got all my clothes and
I remember being 3 and begging to have my toenails painted bright red like my mother’s. She conceded and I was so happy to have bright red nails like her, that I was careful