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How Stress-Shopping Might Be Hurting Your Wallet

On more than one occasion, you may find yourself overwhelmed by thoughts about a certain aspect of your life. This is generally referred to as stress. People respond differently to these stressful situations. Others opt to enjoy an outdoor activity like hiking, swimming, or something that engages them to be full, making them loosen up […]

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7 Ways to Stop Impulse Buying

Impulse buying can be a very dangerous compulsion. It involves spending money on unnecessary items immediately. There is NO prior planning beforehand, no long or hard thoughts put into the decision. The common theory is that consumers only purchase small items on impulse such as candy, magazines, or snacks. However, recent worrying news is that […]

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