Do you buy things you don’t really need or like just because they are on sale and regret it later?
I used to do that. I had unworn clothing in my closet with the tags still attached years after I bought it. There were also way too many strange, marked down items sitting on my pantry shelves.
When I figured out why I did this, I was able to use the tools I have to change this strange behavior. You see, saving money and getting a good deal was very important to my parents. My mother taught me how and when to get the most for my money.
Often, having this skill was very useful. Sometimes though, when I just bought things because they were a great deal, I was just trying to please my parents—even many years after they had died.
So, if your shopping behavior is causing problems, think about where you learned it. To change it, you can use the information about the old learning or belief that triggers your urges and put them into the 3 magic sentences.
You will reclaim your energy to use now. Then, when you find a great deal, you can decide if it really something that fits into your life now. Read “Embrace Prosperity” and learn how now.
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