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If you buy from companies with unethical values, then you adopt and support those values in your consumption. The shop for pleasure attitude is the prime example of needless consumer behavior. We are told, for example, that we are not beautiful enough, and that the only way to solve this inadequacy, is to buy a certain beauty product. If you struggle, at first, to know the difference between a necessary purchase, and a mindless act of consumerism, then begin to ask yourself some sobering questions before you make any purchase. Responsible consumerism is, like minimalism, different for everyone. An attitude of responsible consumerism is needed. Why ID verification is important Why gambling businesses ask for your ID and how it helps to prevent crime.
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One of the main ideologies of the minimalism life, is to consume less. This is based on the idea that less consumption, equals less production, equals less waste.
It is good for the environment, it is good for your wallet, and it is good for your happiness. We have been lied to. Every day we are lied to; by companies who try to sell us overrated products, that they insist that we need.
Further than that, we are stifled by insecurities, carefully fed to us until our subconscious mind caves in, and makes a life saving purchase.
We are told, for example, that we are not beautiful enough, and that the only way to solve this inadequacy, is to buy a certain beauty product. Our whole material lives are manufactured this way; with companies battling to slot their products into your psyche, with the maximum impact possible. We have come a long way down a road of consumer BS. We shop mindlessly.
Many people actually believe that shopping, and owning more stuff, leads to happiness. Many more shop for pleasure. The shop for pleasure attitude is the prime example of needless consumer behavior. In this case, the consumer does not even know what they want to buy; they simply set themselves a certain budget, and go out with the intention of spending some cash.
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