Shopping bug!

1. When food shopping, do you go with a list and stick to it, or buy on the hop? I mostly always take a list, its easier, and I don’t tend to buy stuff I don’t need if I have a list.

2. When clothes shopping, do you prefer to shop in a store or by mail order? I prefer to shop in a store, I like to try stuff on if at all possible, and you can’t do that with buying the clothes online.

3. Do you like shopping for shoes? No, not particularly. I rarely shop for shoes, I have a few pairs, but I’ve had them for a while now.

4. Do you enjoy shopping alone or with friends/partner? I never shop alone. I shop with my PA, my mom or my sister. I don’t particularly enjoy shopping for clothes and shoes though, but I do enjoy shopping for gifts for people, or for fun stuff for myself.

I am grateful for a hot cup of tea, and that the day is dry and nice, and also for the birds, and a hot shower.

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

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