When Self-Care Is a Mask for Conspicuous Consumption
Megan Reynolds

I settled on living alone as my self-care. I’m much less stressed, even with less discretionary money every month. I don’t feel like I have to leave my apartment, I cook at home more because I’m not sharing a kitchen, and I actually see my friends more because I’m closer to them.

Also flowers because they’re pretty.

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