The Honest Truth About Dishonesty
Great WNYC interview with Dan Ariely on the Lenonard Lopate Show. I share with you audience.
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If you’re like me then you are broke and concerned about how you’re going to look good this summer.
Have no fears a Thrift Store is near.
A few things to remember when your in a Thrift Store. They usually have lots and lots of clothes so you want to hone in on specifics or you’ll be there looking for hours and end up with nothing. The most efficient way to shop is to focus on sizes. Most likely you’re gonna find stuff that you like based on colors and styles but sadly eight out of ten times they won’t be the size you want (there is no such thing as checking in the back so, what you see is what you get).
Different stores have different prices and most of the time you’re going to want to head to the tailor after unless you’re good with a needle and thread. Keep in mind how much you’re spending and when you’re done double the price (in your head). So you have a good estimate of how much you will be spending at the tailors.
If you have never been to a tailor then you my friend are missing out on how celebrities look so good. They get all their clothing custom fitted…to say that another way they get their clothing tailored. Most tailors are pretty reasonable depending on what you’re getting done.
Not all Thrift Stores are the same and not all tailors are the same. Visit different tailors and different Thrift Stores to find the ones that suit you best.
If you’re not sure how to find a Thrift Store or Tailor, then google, “Thrift Store (your zip code)” or same thing with Tailor. But the best way to find a great Thrift Store is to ask around plus it gives you something to talk about with a cute girl.
Goat cheese is so underrated.
Five dollar dinner.
The laziest day. Chill out relax. Life keeps on moving forward always so if you don’t hang back and observe all that you’ve got it’ll be gone before you do.
Reflection is essential to a successful life.
Then I rinse them in a colander or lay them out on a tshirt (so I don’t waste paper towels)