A Girl's Guide to Retail Therapyby Amy Elliot, Robin Zingone
Every girl knows that shopping is one of life's greatest pleasures. But did you know that retail therapythat is, shopping when you're feeling down, undesirable, or simply bored out of your mindcan significantly improve your state of mind and quality of life? Enter A Girl's Guide to Retail Therapya celebration of shopping and the innumerable ways it can make you feel better fast. Within this easy-to-read, problem-plus-solution format, New York City author and shopping maven Amy Elliott instructs you on when, how, and where to shop, depending on your mood and circumstances. Dreading that 40th birthday? Find out exactly what will help on page 91. Want to reward your pup for his unconditional love? See page 52 for ideas on how to spoil him. Need to get "high" in a hurry? There's an entire chapter devoted to the pursuit of cheap thrills.
Throughout the book, the author offers insider shopping tips on everything from hiring an interior designer to selecting a confidence-boosting shade of lipstick; every chapter also includes testimonials from real women who have benefited from the healing power of retail therapy. Whether you're broken-hearted, green with jealousy, or suffering buyer's remorse, this guide has the right shopping fix for you.
Amy Elliott has been a retail therapy devotee for most of her life, perfecting her techniques at various T.J. Maxx locations throughout the state of Connecticut. She has indulged her passion for shopping all over the world, including Manhattan, where she practices retail therapy with disturbing frequency. A writer specializing in fine jewelry, fashion, and weddings, she is the author of A Passion for Charms and her work has appeared in many publications, including The Knot, Bridal Guide, Wynn, and For Me. She lives in Brooklyn, New York.
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