(S)LOW BUY: March 2019 Spending Breakdown

Happy Tax Day! Last Month’s credit card statements are in, and, here we go:   First off, last month I said I needed to watch my Amazon spending, and I happily report I did just that! In March, I made

Plant Appreciation Post: Wall Mounted Ferns

Last summer, the lovely Mini helped me wall mount two of my ferns. Well first she accompanied me to Terrain where we picked up the beauties, then she helped me get them situated. So after she blessed them with her

Shoes on Sale in My Size I Don’t Need – Farfetch

It’s Sunday and I’ve found a bunch of shoes I like but that I have no business buying. First up are mules. They never work for me and always cause friction burn on the top of my feet or hurt

Breaking up with My Amazon Wish List Items

Here are a list of things I don’t need to buy, and the reasons why:   Black leather booties: I already have black leather booties. But these look like they have better traction, past me protests. When I need traction,

(S)LOW BUY: February 2019 Spending Breakdown

Last month’s bank statement is in, and I spent:   February 1 — $52.35, Saks.com — Remember in January when I bought a bunch of stuff on sale from NM? Two days later, I received an email stating that an

(S)LOW BUY: The Beauty (of) Routine!

I used to shop without discipline, and my most chaotic buying happened in the beauty and skin care departments. Chelsea from The Financial Diet frequently talks (and I keep talking about her! I know, I knowww) about evaluating how much

Oliberte Half off Sale!

Oliberte is one of the first ethical fashion brands I wrote about on here, 3 years ago. I’m going to refrain per my (s)low buy but couldn’t help wanting to get the word out!

(S)LOW BUY: January 2019 Spending Breakdown

I’m trying to up my savings game. In my book, the first chapter is always an honest look at where I stand.

Thoughts for a Thursday: Please Read!

Recently our block had a neighborhood cookout, and I found out one of my neighbors is actually a children’s book author/illustrator. This was incredibly exciting for me, as I’ve been mulling over an idea for a children’s book since a

WMS Fails: The Duds of 2016 Jan – Jun

WMS Fails: The Duds of 2016 Jan – Jun

I’m writing two companion posts on my favorite and least favorite purchases of the first half of 2016.

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