Insta-influence … A new SurveyMonkey poll revealed that 21 percent of Millennials have made a purchase based on Instagram, compared to 4 percent of those 35 and over. 25 percent of Millennials have bought something because of an online influencer, compared to 8 percent of those over the age of 35. (The Drum)
One size does not fit all … An online fashion store is being applauded for showing outfits on two different sized models. PrettyLittleThing teamed up with Hailey Baldwin for the campaign. (Twitter)
A bridezilla before the engagement … A woman has gone viral – and not in a good way – after taking to social media to complain about her engagement ring -- before it was even given to her.
The woman went on Facebook to post a picture of an engagement ring she found in her boyfriend’s nightstand – and complain about how disappointed she was in his choice. In the post, she wrote:
Ewwwww. Self shame Friday here I come.
Found this in the BF’s nightstand. Not a fan.
Please roast and then tell me how to tactfully say no you need to go get something different.
How much cash (if any) do you carry on you? According to a new survey, the amount of cash you should have on you is … $200. Why $200? Because it’s enough to handle a standard emergency – like if you’re at dinner and your credit card gets declined. Not surprisingly, not many people carry around that much cash. A survey from Money magazine found that 42 percent of people carry no more than $40 in cash, 30 percent carry between $41 and $99, 17 percent carry $100 to $199, and just 11 percent carry $200 or more. (Best Life)