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Save Money asks the reader to base purchases on one's personal values and priorities versus the media's latest pitch. This ...
Save Money asks the reader to base purchases on one's personal values and priorities versus the media's latest pitch. This strategy goes far toward yielding that comfy sense of congruency within one's most desired lifestyle. Needless to say, this is often missing today. We can find ourselves overwhelmed with unawareness, impulsively buying then regretting.
If a classic A-line skirt and simple long sleeved sweater feature well-liked colors and impeccable fit, and the pleasure they provide is felt, the resultant psychological health benefits-from joy-go far beyond mere attire. Sandi invites you to clarify your values, at least in the clothing arena, as you add practical insights to shopping.
Sandi teaches how to assess what works-and does not-in the readers' closets before launching a shopping trip. How to spot quality and assess good fit in the present wardrobe and later in the store is part of training for good decision-making. Organizing that same closet for efficiency and maximizing the wardrobe you have is taught.
Resources are provided to inform of the planet's too often disposable mentality and how thrifty buying slows the inevitable race of goods to a landfill.
Sandi reintroduces the misplaced idea that abundant living can replace what might in the past have been labeled miserly or limiting. How we choose to view purchases will be how we feel about them!
Save Money urges the lost art of celebration. Choose to relish your systematically purchased wardrobe, on a reduced spending plan and the result will encourage that rich sense of a life that feels good. Sandi urges you to celebrate often that which you enjoy. Fulfillment will become you!
Posted April 11, 2013
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