When you spend money impulsively, it isn't necessarily on luxuries. We buy some pretty boring stuff: Household cleaning products, for example. Research shows we like to buy practical, useful things, which makes spending impulsively even more dangerous.
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You've tried to curb your spending problem. You've frozen your credit cards. You won't travel within a kilometre radius of a JB Hi-Fi, Big W, Sephora, or wherever else your spending weakness hits hardest. Yet, somehow, you're still screwing up your budget every month. It's time to get your impulsive spending under control once and for all.