So you might be thinking why I chose to put such a weird title for my todays' post. It all started as I was organizing my closet on Saturday and I am not wondering why I couldn't find anything out of that mess!
As I was putting everything back in order I was actually very surprised of the amount of clothes I have ( Not to mention that almost half of my clothes are in Greece...just saying! )! How a tiny person like me, can have so many clothes and other things? Okay, it is obvious that I like to shop, but what came to me as I was putting everything in order, was why people have the need to buy new clothes and other useless things all the time? I am sure I am not the only person in this world who owns a lot of useless stuff! So I have been thinking about human behaviour and why people have the need to buy, buy, buy and I have some thoughts that I would like to share with you!
First of all, people are so eager ( not sure if this is the right word, I trust google :P ) that the idea of not having everything doesn't come to our minds! I am sure it is human nature that makes people act that way, but where comes the line to normal and abnormal spending? Secondly, we get jealous of what other people have and compare ourselves with others which is so stupid in my opinion! No matter how hard you try, you know you can't have everything in this world! People change mobiles every six months or buy new cars every two years or one year....and all that for what? Just to show off and have something to brag about. I feel sorry for those people who think that a new phone can change their lives and make them feel important! I am not saying that you should feel bad about buying something new, don't take me wrong! What I am trying to say is think before you buy or you might end up having your wardrobe full of useless things just like me! :P
For me buying something new makes me happy for a short time and I hope I don't do it to show off, but I would like to learn to live with a lot less! So I have decided to limit my spendings and learn my lesson! So what you can learn from my experiences? Think before you buy! :)
Have a great week!