How To Program Your Mind to Stop Buying Junk You Don’t Need

March 23, 2015 at 9:35 am 1 comment



We all buy things from time to time that we don’t really need. It’s okay to appeal to your wants every once in a while, as long as you’re in control. If you struggle with clutter, impulse buys, and buyer’s remorse, here’s how to put your mind in the right place before you even set foot in a store. Read How to Program Your Mind to Stop Buying Crap You Don’t Need, by Patrick Allan at Lifehacker.

Related: The Clean Bin Project, an award winning  documentary, follows a year of trying to live consumer and waste-free and explores the larger issues of garbage in North America. FREE streaming until March 29, 2015, courtesy of B.C.’s Knowledge Network.


Entry filed under: How-To, Resilience, Waste.

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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. Hugh  |  March 23, 2015 at 10:08 am

    Good to see that same story linked on the front page of the Globe and Mail this morning!



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