For Everyday Sabbatical, I email free return labels, so you never have to stand in line at the Post Office or have to figure out if it’s even worth returning something (and have it just sit in your closet) – because that’s a waste of your time, money, and closet space.
By most measures, I’ve lived an “unconventional” life and have definitely made “unconventional” decisions (as noted by mom’s deep sighs).
It was so hot in Colorado this summer and I was texting a friend about wanting a pool. He replied that I probably could’ve built one with what I’ve invested in Everyday Sabbatical – and yikes, he was right.
Last week, I shared some details about how retail apparel is priced.
Want to hear some secrets? I’m pulling back the curtain on pricing just for you guys
Substantive: having a firm basis in reality and therefore important, meaningful, or considerable.
Last week, I fled to the Oregon Coast because I just couldn’t be in my apartment any longer and needed literal space.
Being on the "inside" of the apparel industry, I now understand why so many brands are going through bankruptcies. The industry is pretty screwed up.
If you're bored of Netflix, check out the new Everyday Sabbatical product videos in the product pages on the website.