-A Herberger's Clearance store opened up near my house recently, featuring mind-boggling deals on last year's clearance merchandise -- you can oftentimes find epic amounts of underwear, swimsuits, shirts, dresses and pants for $4-12 apiece, and sometimes less (I saw one particular rack of short skirts going for $2). What's also mind-boggling is how ugly most of it it is. Seriously. Like 2% of that store is something I might wear. Those skirts, for instance? Knee-length or a bit shorter navy and pure lace, like frumpy/old-fashioned church wear. Yesterday I did find some nice Jockey underwear for $2/pair, but when it comes to outerwear, it's just depressing. The worst part is it all looks fine, even eye-catching, until you get up close. It's like the Cheerleader Effect of clothing.
-But speaking of deals that are great, have you tried Nestea's Liquid Water Enhancers? If not, and you like the taste of Nestea, hustle your butt to the nearest Dollar Tree and swoop in.
I don't know what their normal retail value is, but I know it's more than a dollar, and it will not stay stocked at DT for too much longer (it's been like 2 weeks and I'm already having trouble finding anything but the peach iced tea flavor). Plus, there are more servings per bottle (26) than powdered mix sticks (12-20, depending on brand), and it is infinitely more convenient/less messy, blending into your water almost instantly. It also says it can be used up to 1 month after opening and does not require refrigeration. And did I mention that it tastes exactly like the bottled Nestea but is calorie-free? /product shilling I ain't getting compensated for
P.S. after several months, it appears they have stopped selling PopCorners chips. I HAS A SAD.
-Incentive to be up and about before 8am: if I can start work by 7, I can afford time to get a fancy coffee drink to spur myself along.