Credit Card Debt

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Are Shopping Addictions Excuses?

I recently saw on the news that a woman that had a shopping addiction became an extreme hoarder, shopping at high end stores and collecting items she had no intentions on ever wearing.

This led her to declare bankruptcy in addition to already having around $500,000 in credit card debt.

Honestly, I don’t really feel too much sympathy for her because I personally don’t buy the whole “shopping addiction” excuse one bit. If you don’t have the money for something don’t buy it.

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After all she drove herself to the store and she willing pulled out her credit card to make a purchase.

She was not forced to purchase anything it was completely her choice. There are a million things on a daily basis I want, but I don’t buy them.

Do you feel like you overuse your credit card, just like this woman or maybe just want to start paying it off?

Tips On Credit Card Debt

Don’t end up in a shopping addiction rehab! Here are some tips I have used in my own life to stop spending and to pay down those cards!

https://www.nerdwallet.com/article/loans/personal-loans/consolidate-credit-card-debt-personal-loan

https://www.forbes.com/advisor/credit-cards/consolidate-credit-card-debt/

https://www.capitalone.com/learn-grow/money-management/credit-card-debt-consolidation/

 

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