Conscious Shopping

Are your emotions in the driver’s seat when you go shopping, only to leave your brain in charge later with those feelings of guilt or regret? Instead of being a shopaholic, how can we be more conscious shoppers? Conscious shopping makes you feel good about each stage of shopping, before, during, and after, without having… Continue reading Conscious Shopping

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How Many Clothes are Enough?

It’s fairly easy to find out how much is too much when it comes to clothes. Overflowing closets and overstuffed drawers that are impossible to shut are a pretty good clue! But when you’re a recovering shopaholic, downsizing your wardrobe can be the hardest part. For many people, it can seem like having more clothes… Continue reading How Many Clothes are Enough?

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How do you Shopaholic?

Some shopaholics get a rush from making a big purchase. Others are addicted to getting a good deal, even if it’s on something they don’t really need. Which category do you fall in? A poll shows that an overwhelming amount of Indian consumers prefer to spend time looking for a deal: only 21% of Indian consumers… Continue reading How do you Shopaholic?

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Shopping Addiction: Avoidance Behavior

If you’re a shopping addict and a procrastinator, these two activities are probably linked. Think about when you indulge in your shopping addiction. Is it when you’re particularly stressed out about something? Avoidance behavior is the more clinical term for procrastination; it’s what we do to avoid something stressful. Maybe you’re doing online shopping when… Continue reading Shopping Addiction: Avoidance Behavior

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Shopaholic No More Voted #1 Blog for Compulsive Shoppers

With so many sites available to help the millions of Americans suffering from shopping addiction, we are very proud to announce that Shopaholic No More has been named the number one site for shopaholics by badcredit.org! We’re approaching the 4,000 followers’ mark, which makes us almost twice as turned-to as other popular blogs for sufferers… Continue reading Shopaholic No More Voted #1 Blog for Compulsive Shoppers

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Curbing Shopping Tendencies

Stacy Johnson of MoneyTalks had a great phrase for describing over shopping: “When your purchases shift from impulsive to compulsive, you might be a shopping addict.” Psychologists often label it “compulsive buying disorder.” Like other impulse-control issues, such as binge eating or gambling, whatever you decide to call shopaholism, it can easily spiral out of… Continue reading Curbing Shopping Tendencies

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