Shopping on a Diet
How many times have we heard that "shopping is cheaper then a psychiatrist..." and "shopping is my cardio.." The last one might be true, because it's exhausting, still shopping being cheaper than a psychiatrist is debatable. Sadly... Taking shopping as an excuse to feel better might leave us without a penny.
We should always count our financial calories to get the chance of occasionally buying that yearned and delicious piece of cake... or purse. Once we have that clear and are aware of how much money we have and how we can much we can spend without losing the floor we need to ask ourselves the next questions: What do I want? and What do I need?
First complete the basics: trench coat, white blouse, black pants, jeans and pointy heels. Once you've done that you may start shopping other things, but a good tip is to never do it with your head warm. Stay calm. be cold and machiavellian so you don't buy useless pieces. Might be beautiful but useless.
If you see something you like, try it on and then think about 3 possible ways to wear it with things you already own. If you have nothing, leave the store right away.
If you spend several days thinking about this, for example in a skirt or shoes and your budget allows you, buy it. And there you have your slice of cake.