The power of a pledge

28 January, 2010 at 7:42 pm 1 comment

The funny thing is, I never said to myself “Yes, I’ll do that. I pledge not to buy new clothes for the next year.”

But something strange happened. Every time I even thought about buying something new, besides the usual guilt, I also thought “You’ll just have to reset your twelve months again, is it really worth it?

I reckon it was about August last year that I started thinking about a year without clothes.

So how am I doing so far?

Entry filed under: A year without new clothes: Confessions of an op-shop addict, Recycling, Uncategorized. Tags: , .

How am I doing so far? The ethics of op-shopping

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