Thursday, February 3, 2022

Buyer's remorse refers to the feeling of regret or guilt over a purchase. Usually, buying something expensive or on impulse is more likely to cause buyer's remorse.


Following a purchase, you might start to think about how the money you spent on a particular item could’ve been used for a better purpose.


Before shopping, determine how much you can afford to spend and be intentional with your money. Get clear about what you want to spend it on.


Also, spending money on experiences is less likely to lead to buyer’s remorse as an experience or activity is unique to you.


Be more conscious about the things you allow into your life.