Saturday, August 1, 2009

How to Stop Impulse Buying

Impulse buying is a major issue for many people. Seeing something that seems so great and becoming a victim to clever marketing is at the heart of impulse buying.

Impulse buying, though, has a very negative effect on the environment as many of these impulse buys end up laying in landfills because we never really needed or wanted them in the first place. Not to mention, buying such things only encourage the manufacturer to make more of them, thus producing more environmental damage. To do your part, you have to get impulse buying under control.

Read the entire article for tips on curbing the impulse.

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