I love Aveda products. love them. But I can hardly justify spending ten dollars on a bottle of shampoo just because I want to fanny around smelling of rosemary and mint. But someday? Someday I will exclusively use Aveda products and impress everyone within smelling-range with my woodsy, rich-girl scent. Constant use of expensive, smelly hair products are just one of the things that will signal that I’ve officially ‘made it.’ A few other ways I’ll know?
I’ll be able to shop at Whole Foods
I can’t actually foresee this happening (because why would I go there when I can go to Sun Foods and buy custard apples and snake beans for $1) but I would love to be able to stroll those fancy aisle on the regular – if I wanted to. To the tune of $45 per bag of groceries.
I’ll own a car that was made in this decade
I loved my 2003 Ford Focus hatchback! Until I had it serviced and the garage gave me a 2012 Volkswagon Passat for a loaner car. You guys. IT HAS A THERMOSTAT IN IT.
I’ll own matching bra and panty sets
instead of pretending that my black bra from Target matches with everything.
I’ll stay in with friends when I travel because I want to
not because the trip is otherwise out of my price range. I mean, I obviously always want to stay with my friends. Because they’re awesome. But it’s always nice to be able to afford a few nights of swanky hotel-ry, right?
My entire closet will be filled with those cedar hangers
I find the mixing of multicolored plastic hangers and wire hangers unethical and jarring to my delicate senses.
How will you know you’ve finally made it?
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