She stood there and stared at the boxes. How could she be so excited to buy them and now feel so ambivalent? Her heart fluttered. She had no more credit for purchases. And her clutter was leading to less and less room in her home.
To get her mind off of her problems, she decided to watch some TV and have a snack.
Chloe did not think so: work, dating, money…it was all too much. She clicked the “add to cart” button but decided to hold off on purchasing the purse. She had 8 other items in the cart and made a mental note to revisit the website at home that night. She felt very excited and powerful which was a lot better than feeling anxious.
*a story about shopping addiction
Chloe shops too much.
Just a sketch. I like her pink, not green. She has a shopping addiction.
We were completing her FAFSA (college financial aid) together last night. The 17-year old had to create answers to 5 security questions. The final one: Who is your best friend?
I wondered, will she say Bailee or Erin?
Her answer surprised me: “Ava.” Her sister.
I’m trying to practice non-attachment and I’m not succeeding. So excited about these colors!
This is the perfect place to store ink and paint. It’s airtight and only 75 cents at Target (travel-size section).