My most recent glitter purchase was supposed to arrive Saturday, and of course it didn't. It didn't come in today's mail, either, which is a complete letdown, but if the USPS is unreliable on regular days, around the holidays you can count on it to be about seven times MORE unreliable, so it's a disappointment but in no way a surprise. I was supposed to get at least another package in the mail today, as well, and it's not here either. Rounding out the rest of the orders I have coming in for 2014 is
It doesn't help that I'm still getting settled into the house (I've unpacked/unboxed about 1/3 of what I need to unpack), but I can't expect to be all situated overnight. Even the moving company gives us sixty days to file a claim because they know how long unpacking takes. But I digress. I no longer have the HUGE loft I was working with at my last house, and this time, I only have a small spare bedroom to serve as my studio and office, so getting it into order will be a challenge, but I'm up for it. Once I can get my workspace figured out (which I plan to do before the year is out) then things will start to fall into place on their own.
I meant what I said about not buying as much nail polish anymore. I have SO many--I mean, SO many untried polishes and I need to wear them, as many of them as possible, before investing in more.
Some nail polish bloggers log all of their nail polish. I haven't done this and don't plan to do it for several reasons, the main one of which is because I honestly believe it would take forever. I have so. Much. Polish. But I'm going to slow down. This time next year I plan to have the same amount!
A ban? Maybe. Probably. More like a moratorium, I guess. We'll see.