Stop doing your tax return (not you Martha, you carry on), make sure your boss isn't looking. You've got some shoes to buy. Kate Kanzier is having herself a sale and given that she already sells the most bargainous shoes in town, you're going to want to buy everything and then slap me around the face with your new loafers because the HMRC were meant to get all of your money today, not lovely Ms Kanzier.
But look! These blue ballerina shoes are a tenner!
And so are these gold toe shoes! (Actually, I reckon these will look better on, that photo is rubbish.)
These green wedges are a little more expensive at £35 (I know, you were all set to sell a kidney). There's rumour of a pair with a leopard print heel but they're nowhere to be seen on the website which is totally unfair because that's obviously the pair I want the most. Despite the fact I haven't seen them.
But I will settle for these beige and pony skin loafers instead. They're £20 now. There's so much stuff in the sale but there are obviously limited sizes and quantities so if you've got a spare tenner and see something you like, be quick. And then get back to looking for your receipts. No, you can't claim back the shoes, Domestic Sluttery purchases are not a taxable expense.