I find myself making resolutions all the time. Like not eating sweets for two weeks until my best friend's wedding (I lasted two days) and taking long walks by the water (I do it sometimes, but often I lie on my couch and wash trashy reality TV). But I am thinking about instating this one for myself and seeing how it goes. Last year, I gave up shopping for new clothes for a year. But I didn't really do it all the way. I did it some of the way, but I still bought stuff and I am not really sure that I learned the lesson that everyone else who participated got out of it. So I am thinking, what if I only bought clothes from thrift shops for a year. It would cut down on all the manufacturing costs of clothes, would be recycling in a way, and I would still be able to shop. I think I am going to try it and see how it goes. I like thrift store shopping anyway, but then the Internet goes and throws things like this in my face. I mean, really.
(Dress from http://www.delphinemanivet.com/rub_index/index.html)