For some people it’s not just an experience of spending money. Shopping is a form of self-care and forcing fun in their lives, where there is so little of it. Easily put, buying makes them happy. This experience is not always necessarily backed up by individual’s social class or income. Spending on material objects makes less financially advantaged people as happy , if not more, as people of higher social class.
Some other people are more analytic and can easily stop and think before they splurge on non-essential items. They always make sure they’re getting the value for the money they spend, not just happiness. They are smart about treating themselves.
The reasons behind impulse towards overbuying can vary from person to person, but there are many ways to stop the small or big-ticket overshopping. Let’s learn more and discuss it with other English learners.
In this lesson you are going to learn more ideas and vocabulary to have an English conversation about this topic.
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