My Amazon.com Wishlist

I spend a good deal of my discretionary income on books. Amazon.com lets you create a wishlist. I like to put things on the wishlist instead of in the shopping cart. It still feels like a hypomanic shopping spree. I can’t change what I am, but I can change how I behave, right?
I scan the wishlist a couple times a year and if I still want an item I put on there a few months ago, I probably am justified in actually buying it. Plus it makes it easier for friends and family to buy for me. (Not a hint.)
This is my wishlist.
I don’t read as much on bipolar disorder as I used to. Theyre running out of novel ways to say “Take yer meds!” I read more on alternatives these days. And not much of that, I’m afraid.
You’ll see when you look at the lists.

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