If you like to make peanut butter and jelly sandwiches that are not for immediate consumption, and you don't like the way the jelly seeps through its side and ruins its share of the bread, I have a suggestion for you. If you spread peanut butter on both slices of bread, and then spread the jam on top of the peanut butter, the peanut butter works as an insulating layer, and you avoid jelly sog.
If you are a person who tends not to buy organic produce because of a cost concern, might I suggest something? I've noticed lately that sometimes the organic produce is the same price, or even cheaper than the regular kind. The other day at Safeway, the organic apples were cheaper than the pesticide apples. It's worth checking, is all I'm saying. If you don't buy organic produce because of some sort of moral opposition to it, then by all means, continue as you are.
If you are someone who needs to buy clothes for a businessy work environment, might I recommend Banana Republic? While initially pricey, they OFTEN have very good sales, including the additional percentage off of already on sale items kind, which is one of my favorites. They also have an extensive petites section if you are of the shorter persuasion. They also have a tall section if you are of the taller persuasion, although I think that is online only. If you buy in stores, they do simple alterations, such as hemming.