Tuesday, June 4, 2013

My Summer Wish List

When I decided to dive into photography full time this summer with some little babysitting/swim lesson gigs on the side, I guess I didn't really think about not even having enough money to buy the occasional $20.00 dress from Target. I should have considered that.

No, really, I'm really happy about having all this time to do what I love before I get into the real world next summer, and I'll have plenty of time to buy new dresses at Target. But, this new little venture of mine means I have no money to spend anywhere and quite the list of "fun things" I can't afford to buy myself but would love to have. 

Let me share ... 

Zoku Popsicle Maker
I was just thinking how nice it would be to have one of these and be able to make fruity popsicles in seconds. mmmm sounds so yummy! 

 FujiFilm Wide Angle Instant Camera
How fun are these?? It's like a polaroid but new. These aren't cheap though and the film is super, super not cheap so I don't think I'll be seeing it in my bag anytime soon, sadly.

MAC Face & Body 
I've got this love for trying new makeup products and my newest favorite is MAC. Everyone I know who wears MAC always looks flawless. Right now, I still have some of my BareMinerals left so I don't really need this but I would like it. It looks so pretty on skin.

Tory Burch Flats
These things have been on my wish list for like two years now but at over $200, I just can't sensibly spend that much. Also, I don't have that much to spend.

Not having a ton of money to spend really has been character building for me, I think. I can't buy whatever I want, whenever I want like usual - and trust me, I'm not low-budget babe, either. I guess you can probably tell that by my wish list, list.

What's on your summer wish list? Or are you making more than a starving artist so you don't even have one?



Anonymous said...

I want some TB flats, but can't justify spending that kind of money on one pair.

Anonymous said...

I have never heard of this popsicle maker thingie. Clearly, I must educate myself. I...er...my son would love that. ;)