A bad buy is not only annoying with the rising prices – it is also not particularly sustainable. But it often happens anyway and it is only when you get home that you realize that the item you bought does not actually meet your expectations at all. It is not really used either – and the money was spent unnecessarily.
For example, expensive trousers end up in the furthest corner of the wardrobe, waiting to be worn at some point.
Nevertheless, many people find it difficult to protect themselves from bad purchases. The 1 euro rule can help to avoid bad purchases from now on.
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