I'm back! It's not that I haven't had anything to write about, it's that I have had too many things to write about. A quick update of my latest endeavours -
1. Bought everything on ebay in the last 2 months (well, almost!!)
2. Designed some apps
3. Created a couple of websites
4. Prepared to sell a couple of websites
5. Downloaded heaps of apps
6. Wrote Christmas lists
7. Realised I was doing too many things
Sooo, I have a moment to reflect and take stock (literally) of my latest purchases.
There is one clear favourite at this moment - my awesome Zara leather jacket. It's buttery soft, looks amazing and people I don't even know come up and want to touch it. That's kind of weird but it speaks for the quality of the materials.
Here it is, in all its glory:
That's not me by the way, but you get the idea. My jacket is exactly like the one in the pic.
It retails for around $400, but the sneaky ebay shopping goblins helped me to snatch it up for... wait for it..... $39.
I pretty much wear it all the time, despite the arm touchers.
My other notable mentions include:
My lovely Nikon Coolpix L310 Camera, a present from my wonderful partner for my birthday:
This was not the sort of thing you would want to buy online. We got it from a shop with all the proper warranty papers and stuff.
And for the bathroom decorations, these beautiful "Nile Stones" - I think that's a pun. It's punny!!
Egyptian Stone - "Nile Stones"
You can still get these on ebay - they are hand carved and beautiful. They are small, delicate, and... ston-ey.
I grabbed a couple of the 'beige' stones.
And.... some awesome ankle boots from shoebox_au (one of my new favourite sellers!) The pic is a tad grainy because this particular ankle boot is no longer available.
Haha! because I got the last one!!
I really do love ebay. Now, if I can just do all my Christmas shopping online, I can avoid the stores for another year!!
I can just click - get package - wrap stuff. - Done!!
As opposed to - drive like a maniac through peak hour - park in a $150 per millisecond parking place, get whacked in the knee repeatedly by trolleys - have kids run into you covered in sticky stuff - wait in checkout line with a close-quarters-mouth-breather standing 1mm behind your neck - wait for even longer after the customer in front wants to put their $4.95 purchase on their Gold card that keeps getting declined so they can get 0.000002 frequent flyer points - get back in car covered in toffee apple, bruises, wrapping paper and cortisol sweat and drive like a slightly more careful lunatic back to civilisation.