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Retail Therapy

Today I finally bought some clothes. It had been so long since I had had a nice splash out on clothes and today was the day for it. 292 more words

Gay

In your Easter bonnet….

Like so many children do, I can blame it on my mother.

She always bought me an Easter outfit with new shiny patent leather shoes. Of course there was a hat for church and gloves too. 575 more words

Humor

Coachella Blues?

After looking at all the photos from Coachella festival last weekend I think we were all feeling a little blue. But after having a flick through the Evening Standard on the tube home last night I was feeling much chirpier when I came across these Tie Dye Converse in the Fashion Forecast section, they are BRAND NEW and are now available in store and online! 24 more words

Retail.

This post is very likely to be reflective and therefore, it is also very likely to be quite personal. Either way, these words are merely my thoughts and opinions. 871 more words

Personal.

The ecstasy of the purchase

So I shared with you back in January that my two best friends were embarking on a “Buy nothing for a year campaign.” They’re kindly sharing their thoughts on the process with me as I have an insatiable interest in what makes people shop to excess and the effects of that excess on the home. 344 more words

Decluttering

WANT Apothecary opens in Toronto and soon, Vancouver

As a cautionary tale, the Rolling Stones warble that you can’t always get what you want. But that’s a song lyric, not a concept store. 212 more words

Life

Someone got a big girl bed!

When we moved to our new home in December, we toyed with the idea of not moving A’s crib at all and moving her straight to a toddler bed since she had just turned 2.   990 more words

Domestic Diva