My stepmother loves collecting…well everything. Her latest collection that was starting to overwhelm the I Suffer From ODD Obsessive Dachshund Disorder Shirt house was certain styles of Asian art and dishes. My father bought her a really nice dining room cabinet to put it all in. It barely fit and now she almost stopped buying because she realizes there is no room lol. Yes! So much yes! And, when her cabinet is full of soap, she cannot buy more. I dated a guy wants who’s stepmother collected tiny shampoos, and at first.
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It was kind of I Suffer From ODD Obsessive Dachshund Disorder Shirt cutesy thing, but at some point, I realize that she was actually pretty neurotic about it. To the point where she was throwing out other items to store and display her shampoos. I know the money was spent and I won’t get it back. She seems to not be enjoying the products she buys. Remind her to do that, because if she doesn’t what’s the point? Also, remind her that products EXPIRE. They won’t smell as good, work as well, they might disintegrate. I made goals to use my products and I’m finally working through my stash of 500+ bath bombs.
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Well, if she has a good job and your finances are separate, does her soap buying actually impact anything? I don’t really go on nights out or buy new clothes so when I saved for a house I could still afford multiple holidays – soap is cheaper than that so presumably if that’s the spending passion she can still afford to I Suffer From ODD Obsessive Dachshund Disorder Shirt save for the house. If you have kids you should put child safety locks on your cupboards and drawers anyway so not a big deal, and if you get a dog talk to her about limiting soap to the bathrooms or high shelves?
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