5 miles on the TM – not too shabby, considering that I only had a 4 miler planned! I figured it might be a good idea to actually practice running 5 miles before my race next week.
On to the important!
I may or may not have developed an addiction.
It’s not crippling. I can stop whenever I want. I just don’t want to. Christopher is afraid I’m going to buy everything.
It’s not my fault, I swear. I blame Anthropologie. It all started after I found this shirt on sale at Anthro:
The detailing on the well-made top is so pretty! Wooden buttons, even. And with that purchase, I was addicted. No longer was I satisfied by Target. So, when looking up Anthropologie, I found this post titled “Awesome Anthropologie Ebay Finds.” Oh, how it opened my eyes to the world of possibilities!
Now I stalk. I lurk. I bid at the last moment. I sob when my beautiful top is stolen away from me by an evil person who bid in the last 5 seconds.
I won this top (new!) for a mere $9.99 (it’s on it’s way. Come to me, my love!)
When I went to find this picture for the post, I spent 20 minutes shopping on eBay. I should ask for help, but I really don’t want it. Why? I just discovered that ebay’s selection of books!
If you decide to follow my addictive path, here are some links I found helpful for finding Anthro in the large world of ebay:
- Effortless Anthropologie: Tips for avoiding Ebay Poachers
- Every Thursday Night: For those new to Anthro, like me, tips for avoiding rip offs and a guide to brand names.
Anyone else addicted to eBay? Or have any tips for the hopelessly addicted newbie who hates to lose auctions?