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3 reasons you feel guilty after spending your own money
Many of us have experienced the latter several times, but when this happens, do we really bother to know why we feel terrible after spending the money we legit work for?
2. You spend on impulse
Spending problem can seriously affect your personal finance.
Nobody regrets spending money like impulse buyers. Impulse buying is a tendency to buy a product or service without planning in advance. It plays with your mind and a want becomes a need in a matter of seconds.
This thoughtless buying explains why impulse spenders always feel guilty about their expenses because they allow their impulse to dictate what they buy.