My Shoe Problem

I know some of you are thinking “You’re from Kentucky. Do you even wear shoes?” The answer to that is sometimes, on special occasions. But that isn’t my shoe problem. I’m also not like Imelda Marcos. I don’t have way too many shoes. That isn’t my shoe problem either. My problem is that I’m not good at buying shoes.

I just went out this morning to buy shoes. I always feel like shoes are overpriced so a lot of times I leave stores without shoes(well, I do keep the ones I wore to the store) because I don’t want to spend the money. When I do buy shoes because I’ve reached the point where I have no choice I tend to make my choice based on price and not quality. This leads to me needing shoes again sooner because they are low quality. It is a vicious cycle. 

It’s not really just a shoe thing. I rarely buy clothes for myself many times for the same reason. I’m just really bad at shopping. Shoes are just the biggest issue for me. 

I did actually buy shoes today and resisted the urge to buy the off brand clearance ones. Now I have to go back out soon to buy decent shoes for work. My trials never end.

5 thoughts on “My Shoe Problem

  1. I learned that better quality at a higher price means spending money on shoes and clothes a more infrequent thing, thus more economical in the long run. Try looking at it that way. I hate to shop, so I tend to buy better quality, more expensive stuff so I don’t have to shop again for a while.

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