Because of the recent passing of the beloved Robin Williams and his struggle with depression/bi-polar disease, I’ve been seeing more and more people coming out and being more vocal about their personal experiences with mental illness. For over a year, I’ve been debating whether or not to be a little more open about it and post it on Facebook in particular, because I’d be exposing a darker part of me to family, old classmates, collegues, and friends in fear that I would be a part of an exchange of malicious comments and insensitve, careless gossip. But I think I’m going to take the leap anyway, because there’s something that I believe that is more important than keeping face.
(I apologize in advance for sloppy transitions and incomplete ideas and messy sentence structures and-)
*owns tons of clothes*
*wears same three things*
1. Browse the store and open a tab for each item that piqued your interest.
2. After opening 15+ tabs, take a moment to look through each of them to see if it’s available in desired size/color/etc., and then decide whether or not to put in shopping bag.
4. Once satisfied, take a look at your shopping bag. Decide what you want/need, remove anything you deem unnecessary, and try to strip your totals down to your reasonable spending range of $0.00.
5. Once you’re ready to checkout, close the tab, and pretend it never happened.
6. ???? ?
7. Save money!
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