An App just broke my spirit – #HASHTAGHUMPDAY

Wednesday, March 18, 2015 , , Permalink 0

Happy Hump Day, e’rybody! I’ve managed to finally knock the headache that appeared yesterday, but the remedy has caused a stomach-ache. Take into account my water-wounds, and some seasonal allergies and I’m a mess. But mostly internally. It doesn’t elicit a lot of sympathy (I’m looking at my husband). Anywho, my favorite thing on a Wednesday doesn’t require me to be feeling like running a marathon (and nothing EVER will).  It’s Wednesday! Time to link up with Laura over at Life With Lolo, for #HASHTAGHUMPDAY!

 

#Hashtaghumpday @ Life with Lolo

 

Someone on Facebook tagged me for the HeartThis app. It’s essentially a catalog of multiple stores – whichever stores you choose – like Macy’s, Nordstrom, Anthropology, ModCloth, etc. It shows you a feed of single images, all mixed together and you can “heart” your favorites. Cheesy and not exactly the most innovative of ideas, but I spent a really long time scrolling through it.

Conclusion Number One: I have an excessive attraction to shirts that say things. Despite the fact that I know I am too old for them, I still want them. Apparently I’m operating under the delusion that I still look 21, act like I am, and expect people to treat me as that age despite the obvious fact that I am NOT, in fact, 21. #idontknowmyage #icouldpassfortwentyoneunderwater

Mean Girls Amy Poehler

 

Conclusion Number Two: There are far too many stores selling things where my first reaction, literally,  is “That’s something Miley Cyrus would wear.” #mileycyrusisnotarolemodel #mileycyrusdoesntknowfashion #whenshesactuallywearingclothes

 

 

Conclusion Number 3: If I had unlimited funds, my personal style would be so much more defined. Not only would it (obviously) allow me to buy insane amounts of clothing, but I’d be able to purchase items that are outside my current standard. I would look amazing. I would become that uber-amazing, everyone-knows-her, impeccably-dressed Style Blogger. #starpotential #fashionplateinmymind #ifonlyIhadatrustfund

 

 

Conclusion Number 4: I do not have those funds. My style is destined to remain stagnant. #wanhwanh #jeansandatanktopforlife #girlnextdoorforlife

 

 

Conclusion Number 5: I have too many useless apps on my phone. #smartphonetakingovermybrain #someofthesehavetogo

 

 

And, on that totally uplifting note, happy #HASHTAGHUMPDAY, all!
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6 Comments
  • Laura @ Life with Lolo
    March 18, 2015

    Oh my gosh, yes to all of these! Especially they not having the $$ to have an awesome style but wishing you could and the useless apps thing. Like how did I end up with so many freaking apps? Yet I can’t delete any because I might need it someday…

    • Jeans and a Tank Top
      March 19, 2015

      Right? By the end of the NCAA championship conferences I had Yahoo Sports, CBS Sports and Watch ESPN apps. Outside of March Madness my sports interest drops dramatically. There’s just no reason for three sports apps. But, at this rate, I’ll have another three before we even get to the Sweet Sixteen!

  • Jayme
    March 18, 2015

    HAHAHA I’m loving this post. I really wish I could update my style but I know I definitely can’t afford it.

    • Jeans and a Tank Top
      March 19, 2015

      Jayme – The struggle is real!

  • Niki
    March 18, 2015

    Yes to the money for clothes part! Oh how insany amazing my closet would be. 🙂 I hope you’re feeling better!

    • Jeans and a Tank Top
      March 19, 2015

      Feeling much better today, thank you, Niki! And man, if only the clothes I owned were worth the money it would take to buy the clothes I WANT. I mean, I’d be okay making a fair trade on a bunch of stuff. Why can’t it be that easy? Wait. I think I just found our million dollar idea. How can we make this work?

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