‘DON’T BUY EVERYTHING THAT’S ON SALE’ By Mwangi Ndegwa

Shopping is becoming easier as more business people try to outdo each other by offering convenience and comfort. One form of retail shopping is what...


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Shopping is becoming easier as more business people try to outdo each other by offering convenience and comfort. One form of retail shopping is what is commonly known as supermarket and in other areas convenience stores. In these shops you find virtually everything from groceries to beauty products, clothes to even basic hardware products. All are accessible under one roof. There are some people who even go there to do window shopping, just walking along the many aisles and soaking in the ambience of the shopping mall.

Many shoppers take a shopping list with them. Contained in it, are lists of items they intend to purchase. Once inside the supermarket, they simply go straight to the aisles that have the items they intend to buy. Though they pass through many aisles, they only pick that which they need.

The world is like a huge supermarket and in it, are so many things on sale both physical products and soft (read ideas) products. If one has no idea of what they want, they may find themselves buying everything on offer. The danger in this is that you waste so much resources buying things you don’t need, some of which may be detrimental to you. You need to have a shopping list of the things that you need in life and make sure that  you stick to that list. Discipline is of utmost importance because some useless things are very tempting and you might fall victim of the false allure. Don’t buy anything you find on sale. Some of these things are traps that may jeopardise your journey to your destiny.  To read more posts by Mwangi, click HERE

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