I know I've mentioned it before, but guess what? I'm turning 31 on the 23rd -- just two days away! So come see everything I loved in my birthday month.take a listen here. Big hair, bright makeup, crazy dancing. It's really the epitome of '80s nostalgia.
I'm not the type of person who needs a holiday to buy something. I don't typically shop like other people. We didn't even do Christmas gifts this past year. I don't do shopping bans, either. I just buy what I want, when I want it, which actually makes me not shop all that often. I think the fact that I hate shopping in stores is why this works. The last time I went to the mall it was for a blogger event -- not to shop. Buying some items from Express (and a couple things from Amazon) in January was the first time I bought clothes for myself since July, I believe. But my birthday is in two days! And like I said, I don't need a special occasion to buy something, but I do need a special occasion to splurge. I like quality items, but I have a hard time justifying spending too much on materialistic things, especially when that money can go toward travel. So in case you want to be a doll and splurge on me for my birthday, please know that I have my eyes on this Manu Atelier - pristine micro leather shoulder bag, all the M2Malletier bags, including this M2Malletier - glitter clutch and this Gucci - studded interlocking g-buckle belt as well! Would you splurge on any of these?
tasty lips thanks to eos shimmer.
I gotta say that the marketing for the Santa Clarita Diet show on Netflix was amazing. Do you know how many people thought this was a real diet? (Me...I totally did). I saw the juice bottles and thought it was some new wave juice cleanse until I realized that it was just modern-day advertising for a Netflix TV show. The Santa Clarita Diet stars Drew Barrymore (my almost birthday twin -- it's her birthday tomorrow) and Timothy Olyphant (Justified was one of my favorite shows). It's about a woman who becomes a zombie, but it's not like your typical zombie show in the slightest. The first episode was a little off, but the other nine episodes in the first season were great. I think I had to get used to seeing Drew on TV and Timothy doing comedy. Go binge it now -- only takes five hours!