The Cultural Shift from Bargain Hunting to Buying Things that Last


We’ve all thrown away the cheap frying pan and the broken umbrella that initially seemed like a great deal in the store. Whether it was the buy-one-get-one-free, the red price on the tag, or the pressure of a friend telling us “it’s only $10,” somehow we’ve all been maneuvered into buying things that break, wear, tear, and honestly just weren’t worth it. This article will explore why bargain hunting can lead to excessive accumulation and the psychology of why viewing purchases as investments eliminates noise, rush, and clutter in our lives. read more