The act of giving...giving presents to my loved ones that is.
However, my Christmas shopping progress hasn't been doing so great. I only bought one gift. The rest, were presents for me.
Going to school downtown has seriously affected the way I spend my time and money. Not a week goes by where I don't end up buying a little 'somethin somethin' for me. It certainly doesn't help the fact that I there are so many sales taking place this time of the year. Most especially, at H&M.
There's this crazy bonanza at the accessories section where many things are priced at $2, $5, $10, $15 and $20. Knowing what a thrifty Asian I am, I rushed towards the $2 section...hehehehe.
I usually don't feel guilty for buying things on sale, but knowing that I have been spending a bit too much, the guilt started to kick in.
So the question I have here today is: What's the use in Christmas shopping when I only buy things for myself?
I wonder if this is a tactic to lure us Christmas shoppers to SPEND SPEND SPEND! Probably. Or perhaps they're making Christmas shoppers buy more things by spending MORE money.
My GOSH, H&M is such a marketing GENIUS...they're getting richer...while I get poorer...
But I couldn't help it. I look too cute with my new hair accessories. (VANITY)
Honestly, how can anyone resist a flower that makes her (or him) look like an Asian princess???
EAT YOUR HEART OUT KATE MIDDLETON!! There's a new princess in town. STEP ASIDE, I'm going to be the next MULAN!!!!!!
I'm totally joking.....I look like a complete idiot...but a cool one, I hope.
Seriously. This is what I call the face of a winner.
P.S. I went to H&M yesterday and saw that beautiful ruffle and lace shirts were selling for $7!! I was going to buy one, but I decided to resist myself. NO MORE SHOPPING UNTIL I AM DONE EXAMS!!!!
Note to self: STEP FAR FAR AWAY FROM H&M.