A little learning is a dangerous thing;
Drink deep, or taste not the Pierian spring:
There shallow draughts intoxicate the brain,
and drinking largely sobers us again! Alexander Pope
Yes, I believe you! You are really very good in bargaining!
I am an impulsive buyer. How can I get away from this habit!
One of your friends is so afraid to go with you shopping. Baka raw ipakalaboosh kayo dahil sobra ka raw makatawad ha ha ha!!!
@ FG,Many thanks! Swing by as often as you can.
@ ChingMon,Discipline is the key to controlling impulsive spending. Any bad habit can be broken. Once spending has been brought under control, determine how much needs to be spent each month in every area of the budget and stick to the budget. Be accountable to someone for a period of time.Establish a “want-to-buy” list. Then wait seven days and find two additional prices for the same item. If there is still a need or want for the item after a week, go ahead and buy it. Nevertheless, only one item can be on the “want-to-buy” list at a time.Although self-discipline is the best way to control spending, too many people are caught in a cycle of impulsive spending that seems to have a life of its own, beyond the limits of self-discipline.
@ Monching,Oh, you still remember the story ha ha ha! Yes, si George 'yon, but he is no longer here. He left years ago.
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