How Do You Avoid Burnout While Thrift Store Shopping?
Thrift store shopping-also known as “thrifting”-can be an incredibly rewarding experience. What other kinds of shopping can incorporate environmental consciousness and frugality into the thrill of a hunt? Thrift stores are rarely organized, which can pose an invitation for some and a roadblock for others. But no matter how eager and determined a thrifter, consumer burnout can interrupt the fun; tired eyes, impatience, frustration and hunger have all stood between a thrifter and that incredible vintage designer sweater. Eat before setting out. Hunger can lead to impatience and a case of the grumps, and it can distract a thrifter from his mission. Keep snacks in your vehicle if you suspect hunger pangs to sneak up on you, because most clothing stores do not permit food inside. Take a look at what you are wearing before going to a thrift store. If you like to try on clothes before you purchase them, wear clothes that are easy-on, easy-off. The same policy applies to shoes. A common cause