Of course I must share when I find a fabulous thrift-sto’ find!
This hoodie is a recent favorite: A brand and style I’m obsessed with. FREE PEOPLE.
I’m not a ‘brand’ person. Meaning: I could truly care less what the brand name is as long as I like the style. However, my main exception is Free People because, well, I love every single thing they offer.
And, when I stumble across something of theirs second-hand, it’s mine! Mainly because it’s always adorable and I could never afford or be willing to pay their prices for their stuff.
So, this Free People hoodie set me back $6.99. #winning
Obsessed with this new tribal watch. I’m only buying things I need and love because I’m dedicated, and can I just be real? I love this. What I love most is that it was $8 from WalMeezie.
This blog is my place to discuss how I’m simplifying, changing, growing, and working to live more deliberate instead of desperate lifestyle.
It’s not really a thrifting or money saving blog, however I am absolutely living more frugally and paying off debt to become a better version of myself.
I don’t coupon or shop with a lot of hacks. I have tried that and it was more work than it was worth, so my solution has been pretty dang simple:
Shop with common sense.
Yep, that’s it and it has been proving to work out nicely.
Here is a stellar example that just blew my mind: tea tree oil
There it sits at $14.99.
Well, I just wasn’t going to pay that for hair oil anyway so I just moved right along.
I rounded the corner looking to see if there was a natural dry shampoo because I am almost out.
What do you know? Right there in the ethnic section was tea tree oil
And it was $2.79.
Am I losing my mind and going crazy? That is a MAJOR, MASSIVE, INCREDIBLE price difference. We aren’t just talking about a buck or two.
So, if my scalp gets itchy I know what to do.