21 Destinations to Bookmark for 2021
December 30, 2020
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While it may have already become a habit of yours to add the monthly sale dates to your calendar, admit it, you still have a bunch of items that have been collecting dust in your cart. There’s a million possible reasons—you keep waiting for payday to indulge, you’re still ransacking other sites to compare prices, or you’re weighing whether that I-need-to-have-it-now feeling will pass in a few weeks’ time.
It’s true, impulse buys can be a dangerous thing, if you tend to go overboard. But shopping, as we know, is deeply therapeutic and can help us feel better in so many ways. That being said, we’d like to reassure you that yes, it is absolutely okay to treat yourself this time around. Here are some reasons why.
Blame it on all those K-dramas, but you’ve accumulated all sorts of checkered linens, wooden furniture, and pastel-colored décor in your cart, in the hopes of applying the same aesthetic. Who doesn’t want cozy feels and a minimalist vibe in their home? If you’ve been dissatisfied for a while now about your current surroundings, then you owe it to yourself to make that transformation finally happen.
When a recipe calls for an air fryer, a stand mixer, or a deep pot, and you don’t have any of these, it can be really frustrating. Especially if all your friends are talking about a trending cake and you’re just dying to take a stab at it. Think of all the possibilities when you finally click “Check out”!
A certain company definitely knew what it was saying when it coined the tagline, “Just do it.” Because a lot of times, it’s really us that keeps hindering ourselves from making things happen. If one object (or a few) was all you needed to propel you along, then by all means, just do it.
Going on a getaway, getting a makeover, or drinking with your buddies these days isn’t exactly as easy as it used to be. But learning how to cook, trying your hand at crafts, reading books again, or practicing yoga, are all great ways of finding inner peace and comfort after a terrible breakup. You deserve to be happy. You won’t regret buying what you need to get started.
Being constantly cooped up at home has taken its toll. A little decluttering and organization might just be what you need to spark joy. Boxes, shelves, and racks can make all the difference. Stop visualizing the improvement they’d bring and buy them already. Marie Kondo would be proud.
We hope these tips help you finally make a stand and invest in your happiness. You deserve a treat every now and then! Enjoy shopping.