To live with intention has taken on new meaning during the pandemic.
To shop with intention is my new mantra along with living with intention.
I’ve come to realize that retail therapy isn’t what it’s cracked up to be.
Choosing and using what you buy with care and judgment makes what you bring home more special.
An edited collection of items is better managed and improves your mental health.
Having too much stuff can weigh you down.
My intention is to do only one thing: upgrade my lounge wear.
To throw out the old worn-out items.
I want to buy a few new outfits that will cheer me up.
It’s so easy to feel down in the dumps when you’re wearing pajamas at noon.
There might be a rebound of the coronavirus in the fall and early winter.
This is why I want to plan ahead and buy a few new at-home outfits.
The Dressing Well website is having a $99 virtual styling special through May 31, 2020.
The original cost was $250. You’re able to use the service within the year of first buying it.
I recommend this service as I’ve been using them for over 10 years.
It’s hard for me to find clothes that fit.
So I have the stylist e-mail me links to items she has referred me to buy.
In the spirit of Conscious Chic acting as an empowered consumer makes all the difference.
In coming blog entries I’ll talk more about things I’ve learned living through the pandemic.
My adventure with online food ordering has gotten me to think long and hard before going on a shopping spree.