…apart from Make Up. I have to say beauty related items are my biggest weakness, but I have some others too!
I have a huge, huge weakness for books. I have three bookshelves and they are all collapsing. The thing is I don’t see books as a luxury item – books are a way of living.
I don’t read much fiction anymore, I prefer non-fiction books.
I always buy from Amazon, free shipping and the best deals, and good customer service too.
I have several cameras, manual SLR, Digital SLRs, four compacts – I am addicted to new technology. Tip for ya ladies – get the best camera you can afford and always handle it in a shop. Always.
For my SLR’s I use Nikon, and I have compacts in nearly every brand but as indulgent and over priced as it is, Sony make beautiful lenses.
I look instore buy buy online, finding the best price.
I have a huge, huge, huge weakness for notebooks. The other half verbally abuses me sometimes and makes me promise to not get anymore – but I can’t help it.
My biggest poison is Smythson, which is stupidly expensive and if I am honest, the paper ain’t that great. They say they never leak? Lie! I have 8 Smythson notebooks and my rollerball ALWAYS shows though.
Oh, I have expensive tastes. So I don’t buy handbags that often at all. I love Chanel, Chole, Mulberry, Hermes. I am not so keen of Fendi, Dior or Gucci.
My current bag:
I think it links in with my Asian girl obsession with stationary, but I love having cards and stickers printed.
I used to have business cards for everything from the age of about 12:
Likes Black Jacks
But printing business cards was
b. uncreative and limited – you could only use the same design per 100 cards and if you only wanted say 10, it would cost a bomb
c. most companies printed on crap paper/card
Then I had this awful experience about a year ago with an online company called Goodprint.co.uk. They completely screwed up my order and were completely rude and unhelpful about it all, and I swore then I would never trust another business card printers, and I would write my contact details on a piece of dried fish for contacts in the future.
But then along came Moo!
Love Moo Print. For around £13 with shipping, you can have 50 business cards printed on high quality paper (or recycled – still high quality) or 100 mini cards, about half the size of business cards. They are super super fast with delivery and the best thing is you can choose a different design for every single card. You generally can’t for the back, but there’s nothing to stop you from placing your text on the front instead of the back? Either way its the most flexible and affordable card printing service I know, and its good quality, fast and they have good customer service.
Ooh I’m gushing!
In other news, I fell queasy. Time for a cup of tea, I think.