Some people take their shopping quite seriously. So seriously, in fact, that simply shopping for a new bag can take up an entire day. That's a whole day of running store to store, and that's a lot of exercise. You'll need to be sure to fuel up at regular intervals to keep your energy levels high and to keep from becoming grumpy; here are a few suggestions.
First of all, make sure to eat a good meal at your house before you go out. Somewhere you can get the time and space you need to relax before hitting the zoo that is the main shopping area of most cities. Eating a nutritious meal at home will also mean you get hungry more slowly while out shopping, and that can save you a lot of money.
On your way in, why not stop for a nice coffee or tea at a Tim Horton's or Starbucks drive through? It's a day out, might as well make it as high energy as you can, not to mention the case for spoiling yourself a little bit. Just as you should keep your communication devices put away while driving for safety, keep that coffee in a drink holder. You don't want to get in an accident!
Once you get to your destination, find out what your options are going to be for lunch. Again, shopping areas aren't all about clothes and toys; everyone knows that when people shop, they eat and drink. See if your favourite restaurant is close by. You can opt for a greasy fast food value meal if you want, but if you really desire a great energetic day a healthier choice would be better. These days, sushi restaurants, sub shops, and pita stores are just as common as the fast food giants in mall food courts and other shopping areas, and you'll feel a lot better having chosen to eat there.
Of course, if you want to take your shopping to a higher level, try shopping online. Instead of just the stores at your local mall, you can use the internet to shop across thousands of online merchants. Need that rare antique? Try searching for it on Ebay.com. Don't have the time to shop around for a new lawyer in Hamilton (for example), to help you settle a case? Instead of wasting a day driving around the city, go online and search for "Hamilton Ontario Lawyer". Read some reviews, check some prices, look at websites and within an hour you are set!