I’ve mentioned in my post the other day, that I’ve just read ‘To Die For’. That book is so eye-opening and interesting, that I can’t help but talk about it. In one chapter she mentions an easy option how to get better at (the often expensive) ethical shopping: set a shopping budget. And not only a shopping budget – a yearly budget. Why is that a difference? Well, imagine you buy about two items a week both at about 20 € (more or less). By the end of the month, you will have spend 160 € on clothes only. At the end of the year, it’s even more: 2080 € on clothes which means you now own 104 new items. Did you expect that? And: who needs all those clothes?