What are your guilty pleasures?
August 24, 2017 6:54am CST
I have been trying to budget my salary. However, I always feel that it is not enough. I tried looking into why it isn't. I realized that I often purchase things that are not even a "need" for me. You see I often splurge on bags and shoes. For some reason, they are my guilty pleasures. Eventhough I know I still have a pair or two that I can use. I can't resist when I see a pretty high heeled shoe or designer bag at the mall. It really takes a lot of effort for me to resist. If I also decide to indulge myself, I end up feeling guilty. How about you? What do you indulge yourself with? What are your guilty pleasures?
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When I'm decided I want to buy something then that's it, I have no guilty feelings once I'm decided I want to jump head first But one thing with me is I take time to decide, I buy good quality whenever I can, I also read reviews first before I buy, so many times I pass when I decide that I don't really like or need something that caught my fancy or impulse.
@Kattleya rarely or I cant remember, I have already something in mind before I buy something, a good example is my pocket knife, tactical flashlight, etc..I already exactly know what I want and did so many comparisons and read reviews, takes me weeks or months plus I saved my excess money for it. My impulsive buying is for my children and my wife but still I have no guilt since it's not for myself