Easy – eating out, home decor, and shopping. I’m a little embarassed that they’re so cliché.
There are a couple of blogs that I like to read – but they are “break the budget” blogs. Closettherapy is written by a young woman living the stylish life in Beverly Hills. She always have great posts about fashion, makeup, shoes, and sales. For example, I found out that there’s a sale going with a pair of Chloe cream flats for 50% off. Unfortunately, 50% off $325 is still more than I should spend on shoes.
Another blog I love is Apartmenttherapy, a home design site. Everytime I look at it I feel inspired to decorate my future apartment in a such a way that makes it worthy to be shown on the site. I know that great design doesn’t have to be expensive, but still. Whereas before I didn’t care much about mismatched linens or bare walls (I’m a college student – it’s allowed), now I do. And caring costs money.