Or rather, decision-making about how and where to spend money.
I was thinking about my financial goals for 2013 – paying down my mortgage, growing my business, the usual stuff – when I saw a tweet from @covetedclassics. She tweeted a link from Harper’s Bazaar. One resolution was to wear all the “good clothes” more often. I love this idea since most of us have one or more items that have been designated for special nights out.
Seriously, why? It’s either feast or famine when it comes to finding brown bras. For some of us, brown is our nude and when our trusted nude bra dies, as they all do, it’s always a hunt to find a nice brown bra so we don’t have to worry about show-through.
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I wrote this article on holiday tipping a year ago for AOL. They’ve revived it so I thought I’d put it here as well. I suggest you take a look at the original story because there is a very good gallery that explains how much to give. I won’t replicate the gallery here but here is the article.
Have you started your holiday shopping yet? If you’re like most of us, you’re probably planning do it in the next couple weeks but how are you planning on paying for it?
Here’s what happens – you go into a mall, walk around, peer at things and buy something that might work for our family and friends. The next thing you know, you’ve overspent your budget and become one of the 12 per cent of Canadians who go into debt for holiday gifts!