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What a short day! Since I started getting up around 5 for work a few months ago, I have a hard time sleeping past seven. This morning, I slept until 9. Didn't see that happening. Especially since I had to work at 10. Eep!

Luckily, work went pretty quickly today. When I walked in when the store opened, we were already packed to the gills, and it didn't really let up, which is fantastic. I love keeping busy.

After work, I met my mom and dad at Walgreens so my mom and I could go to Maurice's. On Thursday, the one pair of work pants I own(ed) that actually fit got a broken zipper. Yeah. I don't shop that often. I have clothes that I've had since high school and college that I still wear. I keep meaning to clean out my closet, but pure laziness prevents me.

Anyway, today after work, my mom and I went to Maurice's and I dropped $100. It would've been more, but I had coupons. I got a pair of jeans, black dress pantsCrinkle Cami (What is up with the Crinkle? I could do that at home for free! LOL), and a really pretty mint green sweater. I'm hoping that they can go with the purple pumps I bought from JustFab a few weeks ago.

It's not that I don't like to shop. In fact, when I find awesome outfits, I feel like a complete rock star after shopping. It's just that I feel like I never have money to shop, even for clothes for work. Sad and pathetic, I know. I'm hoping to get gift cards for Christmas to do more shopping there (and fill up my punch card!), and maybe clean out my closet in the next few weeks. Start off 2013 with a clean closet? I think it's doable.

Peace out!

Anyone else hardly ever go shopping?

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