Let me start out by saying how much I love the city of Atlanta. Not only does it have amazing weather, as long as you enjoy the heat like myself, but there is so much to do. It seems like every space is filled with some type of place perfect for shopping or eating, which are always fun! I spent last week in Atlanta over the 4th of July holiday. As a teacher, I'm currently on summer break, and I had the week off from grad school as well. I planned the vacation during that week for this reason. Not only did I spend almost everyday by the pool, but I went to so many good restaurants, as always. I must say I don't think I've ever had a bad meal in that city. Plus, since shopping is a big weakness of mine, I always end up splurging at the many stores and fun places to shop. It was so fun to be there for the fourth and see the biggest fireworks show in the southeast. I didn't even have to leave my aunt's balcony! I also got to go to the laser/fireworks show at Stone Mountain, which I hadRead More »from ATL Love
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Shopping...is a girl's favorite hobby, as long as it doesn't become too much of a habit, right? Why is it as girls we always feel better after a little retail therapy? I can't seem to figure out why after we spend tons of money, usually money we don't have, on things we don't actually need, we always feel amazing! We shop when we're excited, nervous, angry, stressed, anxious, depressed, with our friends, by ourselves, during holidays, during the week, on the weekends, and basically anytime, and it usually gives us the same feeling each time- a rush of happiness! I mean how many of you out there can really say when you are stressed or down in the dumps it doesn't help to go out to your favorite stores for a little shopping? Come on, don't lie. Whether you are single, dating, engaged, married, divorced, or widowed, it never matters. Women hide their purchases from their husbands or pretend they don't shop as much as they really do when discussing their habits with the man in theirRead More »from Retail Therapy- Just Don't Make it a Habit!