10 Signs Your Online Shopping Habit Has Gone Too Far

July 29, 2014 by Jihan Forbes
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Let’s just say it: online shopping is in a lot of ways worse than regular shopping. Why? Because it’s convenient… too convenient. There’s definitely some appeal in being able to shop for a new pair of shoes in nary but your skivvies. You’ve got easy access to pretty much anything you want in the world, and you can buy stuff at all hours of the day. You can even go shopping on your phone, which is a great way to kill time when you’re waiting in the doctor’s office. The only downside to online shopping is that you can’t really try before you buy.

But, as the adage goes, you can always have too much of a good thing. It’s easy to get carried away, and too often “just browsing” can turn into a serious spending spree for some people.  It’s amazing how quickly you can slip into bad spending habits when you’ve got an entire wold of shoppable product at your fingertips.

But we got you. If you’re wondering if your online shopping is getting out of hand, here are 10 signs that you might be overdoing it.

Don’t forget to check out these 12 beauty collections we can’t wait to drop this spring, all the photos from SJP’s shoe collection, and American Apparel’s 62-year-old lingerie model

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