5 Tips to Help Shopaholics Spend Less
“A shopaholic is someone who buys on impulse and in excess,” says consumer savings expert Andrea Woroch. And that, of course, can wreak havoc on your bank account. But if you find yourself in this group, don’t freak out yet: You can curb your shopaholic tendencies before you end up with a credit card bill that makes you want to hide under your bed for days. Here are Woroch’s top tips on how shopaholics can learn to spend less.
1. Shop from a list
Studies show that consumers who use a list when they’re shopping are less likely to buy on impulse. The reason: “They have a visual reference and checklist and can shop in a strategic manner instead of just throwing things into their basket,” Woroch reveals.
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