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5 Consumer Habits That Are Making Us Depressed financial habits

In this episode, Chelsea explores the consumer habits that are wrecking our collective mental health, from going into debt to keep up a certain lifestyle to watching endless haul and OOTD videos.


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  1. my trick to enjoying buyers high but also not go broke, i go to costco and buy only what i can comfortably afford, and use it for sometime. then i observe and keep only what i actually use. the rest goes back.

  2. One thing I do when I’m feeling the need to buy impulsively is go through all my stuff… I usually end up making little gift bags for friends and finding things I forgot I had & it’s like shopping from home 🙂

  3. I never liked haul videos and don't watch them….they're usually on the same stores anyways…and most these youtubers are getting paid to do so while I work my ass off to do an actual job that benefits society not one that persuades society to go broke…

  4. Depression is a symptom, the underlying cause is loneliness and lack of meaning. I take a picture of anything I'm tempted to buy but don't need; capturing it on my phone is enough to dispel the FOMO. Another rule is to return anything I haven't worn or opened by the last day of end of return period.

  5. I like haul videos. I get to see stuff without actually buying it. I know I'm probably in the minority, but seeing things doesn't make me want to buy it.

  6. If you have a chronic condition, do not support any form of socialized medicine. The worst stories I hear from people with my condition come from Canada and Europe. They're denied testing and treatment. They're told to "just take tylenol." When I hear from fellow patients in Asia, Africa or the Middle East (there's less than 2000 odd us worldwide), their issue is a lack of specialists. The socialized medicine is them being denied care. I know several who traveled to or moved to the US because that was the only way they could get ANY care. But the majority I talk to can't afford to come here. Increased taxation has sucked their income, and that's if they are able to work or have a partner who does. They rarely have savings. I have to ask Canadians if they can come over the border for care, and almost every one can't afford to.
    When someone says something like how how much better I'd be under social medicine, I roll my eyes. I have relatives in Italy who didn't have chronic illnesses and came here and paid out of pocket to get cancer surgery because they would have died waiting for the "free" treatments there. It's usually young, ignorant and healthy people who push for this, and they don't understand the reality and don't want to hear it. I don't know what would happen to me or those like me if the US adopted this, so please stop selling it like those like me would be "so much better off." You're lying.

  7. I’m a little dubious of that study that said the average millennial spends $500/mo on luxury goods considering how many millennials struggle to pay the bills due to student debt and high housing prices. Is that average skewed by the super rich? What’s the mean spend? And what counts as a luxury good? Is it just Gucci and Guess or is it anything “non-essential”: takeout, meal kit boxes, beauty products, dog toys.

  8. The compulsive spending thing is so real! I have no idea how to curve it for myself. I thought maybe getting a budget would be helpful? It’s hard cuz I have to use social media a lot for my job, but with that comes the overly specific targeted ads that are full of items I actually would love to buy. It’s hard!

  9. Never wear the same thing twice?! hahahahhaha. I am still laughing. Here in Brazil I live downtown in a big city. I cannot wear conspicuous brands: it puts a target on my back. I buy lots of clothes when I visit the US: they are cheaper and better quality. But I consciously avoid any big brands. I could not wear them here, this is probably the only way the violence has improved my life.

  10. Idk how common this is, but I have the opposite of a spending problem. Spending money (especially on myself) is difficult and painful for me. I'd love to see a video on this issue (the psychology behind it, how to enjoy spending your money wisely).

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