Originally Posted by 2venus
, you should try to close those browser or walk away from what you are currently lusting. It'll give you time to rationalize whether or not you really need more clothes. I know it works for me and I'll tell myself I don't need another new top. Give yourself some time before making impulse purchases. I've found that this method works well for me.
I will try that as well, but I'm not too sure if that tactic works well on me. I always put things on my eBay watchlist, give myself time to think about them and forget about them. But whenever I scroll through the list later on, I always find some reason to justify the purchase of each one, and decide i want them all.
Maybe I should just restrict myself from putting things onto my watchlist.
On the side: This doesn't count as shopping exactly but does cost a lot of money. I'm thinking of starting singing again, but lessons will cost $100 per week. I'm not too sure if I can justify that, especially since it might lead me to the middle of no where again. Would spending that much money count as breaking my spending/shopping ban? =/ Should I wait it out until I have more spare cash?