You know the rationale you use to validate your crazy?
Well, that’s your Lady Logic.
Let me use myself as an example.
Today I left the house to run errands.
I had showered, and left the house by noon with a newborn. Just for that, I was pretty proud of myself.
Eventually I stopped by Old Navy to make returns. We had some extra outfits that we didn’t end up using for family photos this past weekend. So there I was getting $29.00 in returns done, saving money for my family.
And then the Lady Logic creeps in.
On the way home I stop by a children’s resale boutique, just for a peek.
The kids don’t really need anything…but then again, maybe they do?
And apparently they did.
There were the mint condition kids Toms, because I’ll regret passing up a deal like that…
A long sleeve baby sleeper, because it’s been colder than normal here in SoCal…
The black and white Nicole Miller outfit, because everything looks cute on a toddler…
And the toddler Roxy lounge wear, because…
The final damage came to $32.00. And you know what? I left feeling pretty happy. I made those $29.00 in returns earlier, so it’s like I only spent $3.00 and got all these adorable “essentials.”
And that my friend, is Lady Logic.
Wasted money, or an awesome deal? You decide.