Tuesday, December 4, 2012

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I feel a panic as i post this "gift wish list" for myself.  I mean how do i stop adding items to this list?  I am literally anxious to hit the publish button because i just know as soon as I do something even more fantastic will appear for me to want. 

And then feeling that way makes me feel small and shallow, like a bad person who has completely lost the magic that is Christmas.  But just as quickly I remember that most likely if any of this is purchased it will be by me, with the money i busted my butt to earn.  Money that is left over because my bills are paid, my savings has been added too and my loved ones are taken care of. 

Then i realize the gift is that i am so very proud of myself. 

And i deserve it.

Getting to a point in life where you realize you are worth it is huge.  And if I'm going to stand proud in this part of my life then I deserve to look good doing it :)

My Xmas "Gift Wish List"

                                     Similar Boots                              Similar Necklace                             Same Pants




  
   Similar Sweater                      Same T-shirt                                Similar Snood

6 comments:

  1. That sweater is amazing! I love the detailing!! paired with a navy skirt it may be the perfect 'work' outfit for me :)

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  2. These are all must haves! Same thing happens to me! Everyday my list gets bigger and bigger! Hopefully Santa won't get to confused!

    xx
    Thepurpleclown.com

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  3. My mother in law always asks us to email her our gift list. I hate pressing "send" because I always think of something else to add. (Not that I expect her to buy everything, but I just want her to have choices!)

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  5. I love your choices and I respect the way you think! If you work hard and make sure that everyone is okay then you most definitely deserve to treat yourself!

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