There's an entire book about this called Travels of a T-Shirt, by Ellen Ruppel Shell. It's very good.
I adore it! I didn't encounter it until an adult, so I'm not sure about the stigma, but gotta love it for cheap basics and occasional fun luxe German stuff like chocolate Advent calendars. Buying all your baking stuff at Aldi actually makes baking gifts for friends cost-effective, which is usually a lie. Also, I like that a lot of their produce is unrefrigerated because it's usually closer to ripe than in your typical US supermarket.
What exactly does that program provide that you needed an app to replace? Not trying to be snarky, I've never meditated and can't figure out why you'd need an app to do it. Timing?
@TheDilettantista I share your discontent with APW. I was mostly reading it before it got really big, and did get some important insights (importance of the ceremony, focus on your relationship rather than one day) but hooooooly schneikies Meg does not like to be disagreed with.
The Giving Tree is great for making you count your blessings/cry. I can't even think of all of them. I spend embarassingly long in the children's section of bookstores.
"So I’ll try to find him and give him some of this sandwich." (crying)
Ughghghghghgh. Give me a clean, honest sex work memoir any day. On the other hand, these folks absolutely deserve to see themselves portrayed onscreen by people both more beautiful and dumber than they are, who will inexplicably end up happy and together.
Anyone who reads this site and wasn't already convinced Mike Dang is perfect marriage material, kindly raise your hand. (looks around) (spreads hands in an I-told-you-so gesture)
Hmm, I didn't think they had headphones (or Adele) in 1969, Bob . . .
Don't keep tomatoes in the fridge!