I recently started using Bodycology Vanilla Buttercream Body Mist as my daily fragrance. I love all things vanilla scented and I have (a little bit of) an obsession with body splashes . So I found this divine smelling body mist at WallyWorld (oh yeah baby) and I wear it every day.
Then I noticed that the bottle was getting low so I wanted to stock up on another bottle before it ran out. I went back to Walmart but they did not have any on the shelves. I decided to look online but could not find any at the Walmart website either.
I went to Amazon but could not find it there.
By now I am beginning to get annoyed and decided to search the Bodycology website for my Vanilla Buttercream body mist and then I found out that it is being discontinued. Normally when I find something that I love I will buy multiples of it just in case it runs out. For some strange reason I did not do this with the body mist and I am now stuck having to find an alternative.
This has taught me that I need to stay on top of things financially and track when changes happen. I need to look at interest rates on CDs to see when they will be changing so that I can get the best for my money. I need to take advantage of low rates on my credit cards because once the promotion is done I will be missing out.
Great article… it is amazing what items can make you think about your personal finances.
I experienced a similar situation just this week. My television audio went bad and now I find out that my 90 day warranty expired a week ago. Good job connecting your experience to finances.
Can you stock up on the body mist before it completely runs out? I have products that once I become attached to them, I just don’t want to go through the whole cycle of trying to find a replacement.
I have been searching for it but cannot find the regular sized bottle anywhere. I saw a small sample size on ebay but the sample sizes usually do not smell the same as the regular one.
Don’t you love it when they discontinue your favorite products? Yeah always get a stockpile setup incase this happens.