The Millionaire Mommy Next Door Wants More Money, which is a concept I can definitely get behind. She says
For the next 30 days, I’ll open my mind to receive increasingly more money. On day one, I’ll decide how I’d like to spend $100. On day two, I’ll double that amount to $200. Day three, double again and I’ll have $400. And so on, doubling every day for the next 30 days. I’ll list how I’d like to spend every penny, with no repeating of items during my month-long spending spree.
I will, however, be repeating items occasionally – MMND has one child, I have three. Shopping for them is incredibly different, since the boys could quite cheerfully run around all day in boxerbriefs and a beater and my daughter could quite cheerfully run around bedecked in Hollister and PacSun.
So how would I spend $100 right now? Hair and feet, baby. I haven’t had a pedicure since I was pregnant with Daniel, and I’d dearly love to let my darling new stylist have free reign on my haircolor. Since I work with my hands so much, manicures are pretty much a waste of time. By the time my nails get long enough for me to say “Hmm, I should probably slap a coat of paint on these babies”, they break.
Wow, this IS going to be fun!