Decluttering Your Home is an Art of Letting Go

When we need to declutter, it simply means there is trash, garbage and things that aren’t useful that need to be thrown away. However, decluttering your home could similarly be an act of something deeper. It is actually a symbolism of letting go, in the emotional aspect. People who find it hard to let go […]

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Decluttering Your Home: 3 Ways to Do It

The best reward one can have after a long day’s work is going home to a clean and clutter-free home and finally getting a dose of the much deserved rest. A clean home makes your mind relaxed and free from stresses you’ve acquired earlier at work. Unfortunately, this is not the scenario that happens to […]

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5 Ways to Stop Shopping Addiction (From a Shopaholic’s Point of View)

This is a guest post.  Please be nice. 1. Do not bring your credit cards all the time (especially in the malls) Admit it, having your credit card with you boosts your confidence when you enter a mall or an area where paying is almost possibly present. It’s amazing how those little plastic cards can […]

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Animal Hoarders: They Are Not Criminals

Stickers, coins, memorabilia – these are some common stuff that a person who enjoys collecting gathers. Why do they collect such things? Simple, they feel gratification in doing such habits. They find the simplest joys whenever another piece is added to their collection. This is normal when it comes to collection. However, hoarding is another […]

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Crazy Cat Lady: Why She Loves Her Cats

When asked to create a mental picture of a person who collects cats, you’ll probably have a lady in mind, probably an old spinster with her cats surrounding her, with some resting on her arms and shoulders and the others on her head. Cat hoarders are those people who over-collect cats to the extent that […]

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Animal Hoarding: a Serious Threat to the Society

Animal Hoarding is an illness that a lot of people are still trying to comprehend. Many researches have been done in an attempt to understand the underlying reasons for animal hoarding. This has been an ongoing and growing issue in the society today. People who hoard animals usually develop an attachment to each of the […]

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Are You an Oniomaniac?

If you are one of those who excessively shops and spends in order to temporarily avert negative feelings, then you could be an Oniomaniac, referred to by most men as a shopaholic. Try assessing yourself by checking out these symptoms that characterize an Oniomaniac/shopaholic: You go to the mall and shop when you get upset, […]

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Compulsive Shopping: 4 Smart Ways to Avoid It

If you find yourself infected with compulsive buying disorder, do not wait until you finally find yourself out of control. Try these 4 tips to fight the urge of compulsive buying: 1. Determine Possible Reasons for the Behavior Studies show that compulsive buying disorder may be secondary to much deeper underlying issues. Take time to […]

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I Need to Buy This Now: The Truth about Compulsive Buying

I haven’t heard of anyone who doesn’t find pleasure in shopping and buying; well maybe not everyone is totally in love with it but it sure does give you that pleasant and gratifying feeling every time. Though a lot of people have been constantly dealing with shopping issues, the women are the more affected group […]

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Shopaholics: We’ve Got The Most Expensive Disease

Alcoholism and Substance abuse are the two main addictions that come to mind when asked about addiction types. People who suffer from these two kinds of addiction usually catch their family’s attention no matter how they try to hide it. There is this one kind of addiction that seldom gets the attention of anyone as […]

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