I’m heading on a mini getaway this weekend to Assateague Island and oh boy, I am ecstatic to end my vacation with my Scarlet Sign Babes. (we miss you Julie) I like traveling alone but I love traveling with my loved ones even more. As much as I love traveling, I definitely don’t love packing.
As promised, I wanted to update you on my monthly budget of $250 for clothes, and other things. It has been a challenging month, to say the least, and even though I wasn’t able to meet my budget, I spent half my usual monthly expense on clothes! I honestly still spent $520.78 on clothing and
I didn’t realize I’m a shopaholic until I said it out loud. Shopping itself is addictive. I don’t really like shopping, but I love the idea of finding great deals, so I put aside my dislike for shopping. I believe I have shopping problems because I live beyond my means and if I actually make
As I reread my last post (Rewear, Reuse, Recycle) about demanding companies to give us better products, I suddenly feel a sense of self-entitlement to proclaim such statement. There are countries out there with no food and I am complaining about having food that are in plastic bags. What an interesting world. As an immigrant to
As an enthusiast to the zero waste, I had no idea there is a whole community who are so inspiring and helpful to people who are searching for answers to live more with less. The very first person who inspired me to start this journey is Lauren Singer (Trash is for tossers) and a few
I have been clearing out my 2 closets plus 2 racks of clothes for the past two weeks and I am proud to say I got rid of 65% of my wardrobe. Not only do I have more space, I feel clean and relaxed’. I kept some of the “what if’s” clothes because Asian people