I’ve decided that I’ve got an almost uncontrollable urge to buy designer purses. I came to this conclusion a few weeks ago, whilst I was out looking for wedding jewelry. The order of that particular day was to find a pair of discount diamond rings, which went a bit astray judging on the fact that I came back home with:
Cool huh? I know that it wasn’t until I got home that I realized what I’d done. Somehow my inability to ignore a great looking purse meant that I came home empty handed – and yet I’d still spent a few hundred bucks.
I know that when I sat down and thought about it (afterward), I determined (quite rightly … ) that if I didn’t avoid buying something (i.e. controlled myself when I saw a nice shiny purse!) that wasn’t on my shopping list then I was going to need a bit more than a couple of discount diamond rings … I was probably going to need a couple of diamond rings given to me for nothing!
Obviously that’s a highly unlikely scenario so I will just have to reign in my expensive addiction. Or maybe I should start looking for designer handbag coupons and deals. I’ve seen them in magazines and on some websites I’ve landed on in the past, and one or two have been pretty attractive. My biggest problem is that I tend to like the new designs, and the deals are usually for end of season stock.
Still, nothing ventured nothing gained and as I’m already kinda left watching my budget in the first place (hence the discount diamond rings) then it stands to reason that spending my money a little wiser is indeed the best way forward. I know that most women have the same leaning towards buying new purses … shoes … clothes, and that no matter what, it’s something that most of us will keep right on doing.
Perhaps if the financial crisis ‘thing’ would right itself and things could get back to normal, then maybe me and others like me can go back to our irresponsible attitude towards buying ‘stuff’ that we know we don’t really need but … like a kid in a candy shop – we just can’t resist! But before you buy – go check this site out – prime style – they are a good resource before buying.