>I used to check out other girl’s shoes.
I’m not an overly girly type of girl and I never know what to wear. I mostly dress like I’m a six-year-old boy. So I look at what other girls are wearing to see if I might want to adopt any of it. I usually don’t. Fashion gives me hives.
These days I don’t bother checking out what other girls are wearing. So I dress like I’m six. I’m okay with that. I’m sure everyone else is okay with that. Why would I want to wear a pair of Uggs with leggings and something that could either pass as a shirt or a dress anyway? Not my lack of style, babies.
My new habit is much more nerdtastic: I now check out other people’s gadgets.
I almost wish that was a euphemism for something more interesting, but it isn’t. I check out people’s phones and laptops and cameras. I sometimes feel superior. Sometimes I feel envious. In that way, it is a lot like checking out other people’s outfits.
Every month I wonder where my money goes. I certainly shop a lot less than other girls. But I’m beginning to realise that the new external drive and Windows 7 I’m scoping out this week are much more expensive than a couple of shirts at Primark.