Well, This Is Embarrassing....

Ok, so I harped on about my Credit Crunch Challenge, and how I was soooo going to be able to go for a month without spending a penny on unnecessary luxuries, and today (a bit of a down day, I'll be honest) I stopped to think: Why am I depriving myself of doing something I love? To save a bit of money? To prove a point? I'm not sure. But what I do know is, it was a pointless exercise, because ALL I have thought about over the last few days is shopping and new things and what I want to buy. I don't even want to buy anything per se, I just don't like not being able to at all!
So I have decided, with head held high, that I'm going to quit whilst I'm ahead, and stop punishing myself. I'm a fashion blogger...shopping limitations aren't natural for our kind.
And thats that. I'm off the wagon....and it feels like a weight has been lifted already :)
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heartshapedbruise. said...

Aw bless you! Totally valid points though - why put yourself through something you don't NEED to?
I look forward to seeing any future purchases!


Paint it Black said...

Well done for even trying I would not of got as far as even coming up with the idea. You did manage 2 days :) xoxo

Lina said...

Huzzah! Money's there to be spent - I think it's perfectly acceptable for a girl to spend all her money on clothes and then go out with only £2.50 on her and expect drinks off of less glamarous but generous male friends (males because they're always richer than girls regarding drinks money). xx

Unknown said...

I spent £70 today on a shopping splurge! I was trying to hold myself back but the thought depressed me so much, plus, I got paid the other day. I'm allowed to spend my hard earned cash, right? Kudos for at least TRYING the challenge. Least you learnt that its not for you ;)


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