It’s important to own your money mistakes. That’s why I wanted to tell you about how I wasted $20 on Stitch Fix. Sure, $20 isn’t a huge sum of money. Nevertheless, those dollars add up. So, this experience was a reminder to me to be careful about my spending choices. What Is Stitch Fix? If […]
Are you looking for ways to reduce your spending? If so then you might have wondered how to trade clothes online. After all, it’s nice to have a new outfit to wear but there are also a lot of really good reasons not to buy brand new clothing. If you learn how to trade clothes […]
It’s 2017 and the whole world is addicted to the internet. Is there anything you can’t find or do online? As it turns out, yes. There’s at least one thing you can’t simply order from a website and have it show up at your front door. You cannot buy Lularoe online.
A buffalo coin (worth $50!) After my delightful clothing swap a few weeks back I found myself with a ton of clothes. The way my clothing swaps work is everyone leaves their clothes and the host disposes of them somehow. Usually people take them to Goodwill and that was part of my plan too. However, […]
Snacks for the swap Monday night I hosted my very own clothing swap! I’ve attended a few over the past year but never been the host. I love clothing swaps. They’re a fantastic way to meet people, pick up new clothes for free and spend a few hours in the company of other women. I’m […]
Last week I bought my first clothes items of the year! As I’ve talked about before, I hate shopping. I was planning on going the whole year without any clothes shopping but that plan has changed. Turns out I have approximately zero clothes that are really appropriate for a work setting. So now I’m on a […]
A common trend I see among people in the personal finance blogosphere is a total ban on clothes shopping for a set amount of time. The truly hardcore do a full year, but lengths range from one month to a few months. It’s a flexible goal- some people allow themselves to buy the basics (underwear […]
Sometimes, when you have budgeted your primary income and have allocated your side hustle towards your financial priority (be it debt, savings, or a big purchase), you find that you have nothing for that cup of coffee or those cute new flats. You wish you had an extra $20 just for some fun spending. I know […]