April 5, 2013
“It felt like a good buy at that time.”
Everybody is, at one point, guilty of shelling out cash on unplanned purchases whether it is at a bazaar or a sale. And often, the satisfaction of an impulse buy doesn’t last long. In fact, it can even be a cause of guilt or a nagging feeling when looking at the object in a new perspective, particularly when the shopping haze has cleared.
If one doesn’t curb the bad habit of impulse buying, a list of debts, credit card bills, empty accounts and wallets can really put a damper on one’s mood. Impulse buying isn’t incurable; it takes a bit of practice to perfect one’s self-control.
Hard, but doable.
Here are ten tips to avoid impulse buys:
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