I am quickly falling in love with Trader Joe's. I also like Target and, yeah, Amazon. Also a fan of a fair-trade site called Greater Good. I try to stay with companies with more conscientious business practices, but I must admit it's not easy.
I don't go to brick and mortar retail unless I absolutely have to. I don't ever shop at Wal-Mart. As far as online goes, Amazon is the king of the mountain. A great place to buy shoes is at Zappos.com. They have an extensive selection, unbeatable prices and free, overnight shipping. Returns are simple, no hassle and FREE. No questions asked. They also have other items and clothes. [zappos.com]
Amazon for pretty much everything not food related. Have multiple selections, reviews to look through, a good return policy, free shipping (Prime member). Prices are not always the best though and in that case I may buy from some other place. I seldom go to a store since the nearest big stores are at least a 30 min. drive. Grocery store right in town and the same chain I shopped at for years in Wisconsin, Piggly Wiggly.
I like to avoid spending and tend to buy second hand when possible so I do a lot of ebay and thrift shops. One exception is Penzeys spice company. I love their message and feel good spending money with them. Plus my food would be really bland without some spices.
This is easy. Forever 21 (yes at my age and especially at my age), Target, Macy's, Sprouts, Trader Joes, Amazon and funky thrift stores. I loathe going to Walmart (I freely admit that I am a snob but I have on occasion found some great deals there), 99c store (I feel like I need to go home and take a shower to wash off all the chemicals), JC Penney(or the likes) and outlet stores.