Today I’m off on a personal shopping expedition with one of my lovely clients. Me, I’m wearing comfortable flat shoes and a knit dress that’s easy to move in. I always carry a shoulder bag rather than one I need to hold with my hands. One of the things people often don’t think about before […]
Last year, I participated in Frocktober to raise money for Ovarian Cancer Research. It’s a disease that yesterday killed my friend and sister-in-law Penny after a 7 month battle with the disease. Only recently I was reading that Ovarian Cancer only has a 5 year survival rate of 43% (compare that to Breast Cancer which […]
Sponsored by Nuffnang Do you shop online or overseas? The fantastic thing about online shopping is that choice is so much greater than what you may find locally. But one of the issues has been all those pesky international transaction fees on purchases and currency conversion fees. Fortunately GE Money have a credit card called […]
Treat your mother right this Mothers’ Day there are so many wonderful gifts you can give her, the most important one is the message that you love her … and then she also might like a present! Here are a few ideas! Amazon.com Widgets
Sponsored by Nuffnang Most women want a well functioning wardrobe, but aren’t sure exactly how to go about getting one. They want to stop wasting money on clothes, yet shop in a random fashion, without a list and then wonder why they have a wardrobe full of clothes but nothing to wear. If this sounds […]
Today Jill Chivers of Shop Your Wardrobe and I discuss in this video the relationship between what we spend on clothes and our self-esteem and perceived value.
Last week I spent time in Queensland and was lucky enough to catch up with the lovely Jill Chivers who is an expert in the field of over shopping. Jill is a recovered shopaholic, so we made this video on becoming a more conscious shopper and some of the warning signs of over shopping as […]