Monthly Archives: December 2015

Jingle Bells, Shop them Sales!

It’s time to start counting down the days, only 4 days of shopping left until Christmas day. While this is the season for giving lets also be mindful of spending within a budget. According to consumer statistics the average spending of US currency on Christmas gifts have gone up 86.7% […]

Visual Language

We all have had a time where intentions are to run into the mall for one item and end up walking into another store. Why is that? Does the mannequin’s outfit in the window catch your eye or is it the table of faux leather leggings in the front of […]

I Don’t Want No Scrubs

Whenever you watch old movies or shows such as: I Love Lucy, MASH, or High Anxiety, they all have a depiction of nurses as women dressed in all white stockings, thick soled flats, knee length starch pressed dress, topped with a nursing cap designed with a red cross. According to […]