Stop Impulse Spending

Do you feel inclined to buy something every time you go to the store? Do you frequently cave to the abundance of marketing influences around you daily? Oftentimes we don’t even realize much of our purchases are based on impulse winding instead of buying for necessity.

Learn how to avoid making unnecessary purchases because Benjamin Franklin got it right, ‘Beware of the little expenses. A small leak will sink a big ship.’

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