1. I decided to (try) to stop shopping also. Three closets full of clothes and I wear the same thing over and over. Good luck to both of us in attempting to break the retail therapy habit! N.

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  2. What would it be that I would give up shopping for if I took up that challenge? Clothes? Pffffffttt – no, not that, I have the archetypical male allergy to clothes shopping. Today, I did buy a pair of jeans and some underwear at Walmart. Things do wear out eventually, darn it. Books? Solved that one. We have a quite nice library in town. This is a real puzzle. It might take me a whole year to figure it out. Any way, good luck, Trish.

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  3. I like this. Kudos! I used to have a terrible shopping habit also. The difference between me and you? I was BROKE when I had that habit. Putting nonsense on credit to fill a void inside of myself with $hit I could not afford. Digging a deeper and deeper hole for myself. Life changed for the better when I realized I don’t need any of that crap. I have all I need. Roof over my head, clothes on my back (not the fanciest, but I make them look amazing), food in my belly (not always the finest organic fare, but I know what hungry feels like, and Im grateful those days are behind me), two hands and two feet to work to continue transforming my life. Oh yeah, and FAITH, HOPE, AND LOVE… I have plenty of that. Really, I have all I need. Anything more is just icing on the cake.

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