How many of you lovely diamonds out there want to buy Victorias Secrets products instead of something just as good for more then half the money that you can find at any store who sells make up and perfume. You don't have to buy the thing that costs hundreds of times more. I'm not judging. Really i'm not. I have bought my fair share of expensive products or at least my mom has. I have a Victorias Secrets bag which costed about eight hundred Swedish crowns. and i have note books from art blanc which cost up about something over a hundred crowns. Even i buy stuff that cost more then my budget. But just recentley i have started to think it thourugh. with my family's budget and my bag, shoe and notebooks addiction i have started to look into buying things on the internet especially an app called Wish.
In Sweden it is so expensive that the people here. I can't just randomly come up with the idea and say "Hey maybe i should paint my walls blue and go buy paint."
no i have to probably sit and wait two months for the paint to be deliverd to our supermarket/posthouse and go there to take it out. It doesn't help that their is nothing open at all after ten p.m. It's litterly becomes pitch black in my local mall center. I can stand at my balcony and see not one single light in the mall. It sucks. That is something we seriously need to change. I saw a Youtube clip with American Ex-change students being interviwed and on of the things the actually said was that everything was expensive.
I mean i love my country and for the most part it's great.
Just a tip if you come to Sweden buy your alcohol at your own home country.
Anyways my goal to this post was that you should really think it through you can go to H&M buy just as the same clothing for less and buy more like litterly shop to you drop or you can go to a fancy and buy one or two things for double the money,
I am starting to go to all the sales that is when you should go you can get everything for next to nothing in money i also have now started buying my addictions at Wish. and my clothes at sales.
son now it's your turn to think more or less?