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4 ways to avoid coronavirus stress-spending
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As human beings, emotions drive a lot of our financial decisions. And you know what we’re spending a lot of time with during the quarantine? Our emotions.
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If you’ve had a rough day and you’re feeling angry or sad, you might buy a new outfit because—dang it—you deserve it.
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If you’re feeling joyful, you might spend as a celebration, but worry about whether you can afford it later.
During this pandemic, many people are feeling so fearful they’ve bought the stores all out of toilet paper!
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These are just a few examples of emotional spending. Believe me, I’ve been there. But we should never base our spending on whatever we’re feeling in the moment.