Ok so long story short, I have been feeling really really down these last couple of months. I really want to buy something for myself as a treat as I'm also down that I'm supposed to get a present from dh who keeps forgetting. Im never been a retail therapy type. I always go for food. But since I've gained nearly 10 kg without my food being lifted, I figure I should try retail therapy since I'll be spending money anyway. I might as well have something room ajow for it.
I don't know what to buy myself to feel good. What do you guys get to lift your mood??
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26-11-2012 17:25 #1
26-11-2012 17:30 #2
Jewelry always makes me feel better
New handbag & purse
26-11-2012 17:31 #3
26-11-2012 17:34 #4
Haircut & manicure
26-11-2012 17:40 #5
Clothes and shoes and random cute stuff
Often Id feel much better when I was with exdp, I'd buy him a gift and it'd really pick my mood up
26-11-2012 17:42 #6
Usually buying stuff cheers me up (it's been great in the past after a ex bf breakup)
BUT if I go clothes shopping and can't find anything I like or things I like are not in my size then it gets me down even more
26-11-2012 17:45 #7
Re: Retail therapy?!!
Haircut then go and buy some clothing or underwear/ bra that makes me you feel sexy/ beautiful while wearing it.
When i buy clothes, i always go out but generally 90% of the time, the clothes make me feel awesome
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26-11-2012 17:51 #9
usually clothes for me or my daughter. Sometimes toys, shoes... whatever I find and like.
26-11-2012 17:56 #10
I'd steer clear of all clothing if you've recently gained... That won't cheer you up... It'll depress you further.
If I had the money I would go get a hot stone massage. Or buy new perfume, new accessories and new makeup.
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