Is extreme couponing an effective way to save money on groceries or is it an unhealthy obsession that can take over your life?
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For some people, there's a psychological barrier that exists when it comes to using credit cards for essentials like groceries, gas and prescriptions.
Everywhere you turn, someone is trying to part you from your hard-earned cash. Indeed, there are several tricks that can be used to encourage you to spend money that you didn’t exactly mean to part with. It helps to understand the techniques used to help you feel as though spending money is the right option.
While I don’t think I would want to participate in a spending fast, I do see the value in saying no to spending more money on occasion. Indeed, I’d rather prioritize my spending so that I am paying for the things that I enjoy and want, rather than watching the money trickle away
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While bargain shopping is a good thing, and while you want to feel as though you are getting good value for your money, in some cases it’s worth it to spend a little more money. Here are some ways to figure out if it’s worth spending more