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2 thoughts on “Avoid the Retail Therapy of Shopping”

  1. This is a family issue for me. I’ve learned that I can still get the shopping rewards for little to no cost though. I’m a big book person, so libraries are a great way to get the looking around brain part of me occupied, still get something to take home (or even read there) and not cost anything.

    Other than that, I can spend an hour or two at the thrift store and end up spending less than $10 because it takes so long to go through everything. Also I can spend a long time looking at cosmetics and come home with nothing but a cheap bottle of nail polish…but I’ve still gotten the “looking around at stuff so I can stop thinking about other stuff” out of my system.

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