1) Take a look at what you already have. Empty your closets. Throw your clothes together. By confronting yourself with what you have at home, the urge to add even more things decreases. You are guaranteed to discover something in the back of your wardrobe that you have never worn. Do you still have something new?
2) Don’t put too much money in your account. Just enough for groceries and other essentials, but not enough for all kinds of impulse purchases.
3) Make sure that your savings are with another bank so that you do not have to write it back so easily to spend it. This prevents you from spontaneously spending your savings.
4) Take a tour of your house and find purchases that you are still over the moon with. There probably aren’t that many.
5) Do you like shopping? Are you doing it out of boredom? Is it actually your hobby? Then quickly find another one. For example painting, running or doing puzzles. Make sure there is something else in your life that you can focus on at such times. Realize that you are selling yourself short by immediately spending every dollar you earn.
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