photo: a cool mosaic E on a Mexican restaurant in New York City taken by my friend Jenni
(I cropped just the E though so her photo was much clearer, just to give her credit.)
This is going to be fun . . .
Walking in the door from school I was thinking about how I needed to add packing tape to my shopping list. I was wondering where I'd get the best deal on packing tape. hmmm . . . I've seen it at Dollar Tree. Is that where I'll go? I'm not sure.
photo: Bloomies on Michigan Avenue in Chicago, definitely NOT an economic emporium!
taken on our trip last May
There are so many things that factor into where I shop,
distance = time it takes out of my day
distance = gas $
price of items at that store
if it's close to other places I'm likely to go
photo: being silly while registering last summer for our wedding
But here's what I think would be fun . . .
Let's compile a list of economic emporiums.
Where do you go to find things at good prices?
I'll start . . .
That's just four, I'd like to know your thoughts and if you care to embellish on your economic emporium comment (can you tell I'm getting into this alluring alliteration?), you can say what types of things you like to get at that place, when certain places have good sales in your opinion, the cheapest place for _____, etc.
I would love to know your thoughts and compile a list of places I may or may not think of when deciding where to go to fulfill my growing shopping list.
These can be places that sell any sort of merchandise, not just places that are more of a "general store" mentality.
photo: Daffy's in NYC taken by my friend Jenny
(The two Jenni/ys and I went to NYC together a few summers ago.)
can you see the tagline on the sign? Clothing Bargains for Millionaires!
Okay! I'm excited to hear your comments. :)
Hope you're having a good day!