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Thursday, 18 August 2016

4 Effective Ways to Be More Savvy When You Shop

If you are like me, then you will love to shop. I enjoy trying on new clothes and seeing how they look on me. It is nice to be able to get new things from time to time. Some people can find that shopping is a bit of a crutch for them. It can be a way to relax, or they may just love spending money. You do need to be careful about how much you spend, though. So if you think that you fit into the shopaholic category, then here are some tips for you. It is good to shop; just make sure that it doesn’t take over your life.


One of the most important things to do when shopping for anything is to set a budget. If you have some spare cash then great. You can spend it as you please. You just need to know the exact amount that you can spend. If you don’t set a budget, it could lead to getting into debt. Knowing what you have spare will also allow you to save and put some money aside. Then you can save for larger or more expensive purchases in the future.

Shop Online
One way to kerb your spending is to shop online. I find that it is much easier not to overspend when you are browsing online. You can take your time and look for the things that you really want. You are much less likely to impulse buy when you shop online, as you have to enter shipping and credit card information. I find shopping online quite enjoyable too. It makes things quicker and easier and saves your poor feet from stopping around all of those shops. You can get pretty much anything that you want online too. From groceries to shoes to birthday cards and gifts. You can even buy verragio rings online, as well as other jewellery and engagement rings. Big purchases like that are important to make when you aren’t going to impulse buy and regret your decision.

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Needs vs. Wants
When you think about what you want to get from a store, think about if you really need it. Quite often these things are just things that we want, rather than need. You might have a pair of sneakers that are completely worn out and have holes in them. So yes, you would need a new pair. You might just want a new pair even if you had some that were in perfectly good condition. So asking yourself if it is a need or a want will help unnecessary spending.

Sort Out Your Home
If you forget what is in your closet or what you already have at home, it is a good idea to sort it out. If you rearrange things at home, you will find things that you forgot that you had. You could start to reuse them, or even sell them on. The same goes for your wardrobe and clothing. If things haven’t been worn for a while, then it is safe to say that you could make some money from them instead.

Happy Shopping! xx

*This post is contributed

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