I've analyzed myself too much this week. My conclusion is this: since I don't have anyone to depend on anymore (and I was plunging into that downhill spiral of dependency.. ugh) I started relying on things that won't break my heart= shoes. When I came back for spring break, I had three new pairs to break into. And today, "Nordy's"/Nordstrom had a shoe sale, which was simply irresistible. One day, I will OWN a pair of Ferragamo shoes. It's a must, because if my mom owns a pair, I will certainly have to own some before I die. So what did I do at the shoe sale? Buy more shoes of course! Two pairs, to be exact. ooohhh.. I really want to wear them soon.
And so the total amount of money I splurged leads me to another conclusion: study harder at school. Because this girl needs her masters in Business Administration, with a minor in philosophy, and another minor in psychology in order to make it to the top. That way, I could definitely invest into shoes.
Just to let you know, shoes weren't the ONLY things I bought.
So here's a declaration:
No using my Debit Card (which I've come to love so much, and I've been flashing it at cash registers all over SoCal) unless I use it for-
and POSSIBLY 3) food
no more trips to the Fashion Center in San Diego, Moreno Valley Mall, Santa Anita Mall, Tyler Mall, or Glendale Galleria.
There. This seems like a version of "Confessions of a Shopoholic" except, it's my life.
I feel really superficial right now.