Ways to Be a Better Shopper
- Before making a purchase, ask yourself, "Is this something I was really searching for? Or am I just buying it because it's on sale or cheap?"
- Remember the thrill of the hunt when you find wonderful things that you will treasure for a long time.extension, be sure to notify your company.
- If the first thing you mention after making a purchase is the item's price or the discount amount, rather than the quality of the item or other characteristics that stood out, you probably didn't need it.
- Only shop at stores where the salesperson knows more than you do.
- Take time to educate yourself about the products you are buying by asking, "Who made it? Who's selling it? And under what conditions?"
- Reflect on your most meaningful shopping experiences, perhaps for your wedding gown or first car. Chances are the items that have a story behind them are worth more than any bargain buy.
- Separate fads from trends before shopping for new clothes or accessories. Cultivate a relationship with a knowledgeable salesperson that can help you add a few new, quality items into your existing wardrobe.