Posts tagged shopping
Posts tagged shopping
In the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, let’s remember to take some time to stop and smell the roses.
The name of Rose -Hamamirai- (by ABBY@lovemoka)
Trader Joe’s isn’t just a grocery store. It’s a divine shopping experiencewith great prices and deliciously unique items. Did you ever think you needed Cookie Butter? Well, now you never leave without a jar (or two) of Speculoo’s. Or what about all their frozen treats, dozens of cheeses and great meals on the go?
We could go on and on about our favorite shopping spot. Here’s 23 reasons why Trader Joe’s truly rocks.
Retail stores’ bags, signs and labels are specific colors for a reason. Researchers suggest your subconscious responds to certain colors differently, which can affect your spending.
Black is the color of sophistication. Blue is a color that most people like, which is why it’s the most commonly used. It symbolizes trust and is a color most financial institutions end up using.
Ever wonder why McDonald’s golden arches work so well? Yellow evokes energy and increases appetite, which is why you might be drawn to the fast-food chain.
Spring shopping is just around the corner! Here are the top 10 trends for spring to keep in mind while browsing.
Jazz hands that stripes and sheer are trendy yet again (are they ever not?).
Read our 2012 Holiday Gift Guide now! From fashion to function, cooking to crafting, we’ve got a little something—all for under $100—for every special someone on your list.
From funny to functional, our 2012 Holiday Gift Guide includes the perfect something for all your loved ones. This iPod dock/TP combo didn’t make our list, but come Thursday, you can check out 10 other quirky items that did.
And if fashion, food and fabulous jewelry are your things, we’ve got you covered, too. Stay tuned!
Shopping for others can be difficult, but don’t fret, we’re here to help. Look for our 2012 Holiday Gift Guide out Thursday!
Jessica Deming here, Facets contributor and admitted hater of shopping in stores. Whether it’s at the grocery store or the mall, I can’t stand the crowds, the smells and the glacially slow pace. Yet, I love buying things. So I reconcile this love/hate relationship by shopping online. Check out these three tips and reminders so you, too, can shop online without stress or slow cashiers.
If you, too, are a shopping enigma, hopefully you’ll find this helpful. If you think I’m crazy and love going to stores, you can always find something you love in person and buy it online for less. Enough blogging for now—I’ve got an online sample sale to check out!
Do you know those people who immediately buy everything themselves the second they decide they want something? Are you shopping for one of them this holiday season?
Have you ever felt the thrill of the hunt? We’re talking thrifting, one of our favorite hobbies.
In an article in our fall issue, we’ll give you tips on the best places to go and the best things to look for. Stay tuned next week!