Pink (and Green) at Bergdorf Goodman
It's our last Christmas in New York post for this season and our first Pink Saturday of 2020. These were my favorite windows of the 2019 season and I saved the best for very last. Bergdorf Goodman is an icon on Fifth Avenue and their windows are always beautiful and inspired. This year was no exception. Their hashtag for this season was #BergdorfGoodtimes and I thank them for the good times I had looking at their windows.
This is a showcase window for the bright pink pocketbook. It's not part of the
holiday series, but it was a natural for a Pink Saturday semi-selfie.
Not as bright, but fabulous design
Bright green jungle time on Fifth Avenue
This is Tilt, possibly my favorite pinball design ever
More pink and more green and a tippy toppy gingerbread man!
Moving on to January -- Day four of No-Spending was a success. I bought eggs and cheese at the grocery and that was my total spending. I'm adding a new challenge to cut down on snack spending. Most days I get a snack during the day. I may stop for coffee or a treat, or just a rest while I'm doing errands. I estimate that my daily "snack" spending is about $5.00/daily. My goal isn't stopping snacks/treats entirely, but to cut down. I'm going for ten days in January when I skip my treat. Today was the first day. I passed the bakery next to the library where I often stop for a pick me up in the middle of the afternoon. I passed my favorite frozen yogurt store -- sugar-free is my treat there -- and I passed the local pizza stand, where every once in awhile I have an early dinner. This is only a test, but I think it will be a successful test. End of the year (estimated) savings will equal $600.00, which will pay for airfare (and spending money)for an event I'm going to in October.
Total saving on January 4: $26.98. :)
I hope you enjoyed all of our Christmas in New York fun and the new year is being kind to you. As ever, thanks for visiting and have a sweet weekend.