I’ve certainly made some poor decisions when buying things. I’m going to assume that like most people, I am a victim of impulse spending.
When you purchase something on impulse, you are not making a purchase because you want something. You’re buying it because you really, really, really just have to have it!
That’s how children operate, not rational thinking adults. What you eventually end up with is large collections of things that clutter your living and storage spaces.
One of my biggest sources of frustration was four stacks of magazines that were sitting beside our bed, along with a laundry hamper and a small stool. Oh, and pretty much anything else that could get crammed in that space if needed. It really bothered me.
Most of the magazines were from a subscription I had for over 10 years. But a good portion of them were impulse buys at the…
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