It might be good to buy cheap goods but actually, it's not pocket friendly in the long run. Sure, it does not apply to all goods but when it comes to technology, always seek for quality rather than the price. My experience with shitty headsets, cables and charger have taught me that it's better to spend extra 30$. These days, I no longer want to buy cheap headset and cables. If mine is broke and I can't listen music, that's fine. I will wait and save up before I buy a good quality earphone. It's not like I am gonna die without an earphone. This resonates with impulsive buying and living comfortable.
Living comfortable is fun. I won't deny that. However, sometimes the comfort that I have enabled the glutton inside of me. If I want to eat, I can just do it from my room,so does if I want anything. Everything looks effortless. Nowadays, I realized how difficult it was for me to walk more than 2km just to buy my groceries or how far it was for me to just buy some food to eat, or walking extra miles to get something cheaper. My monthly allowance was very low. I used to only spend 25$/month all inclusive. I had an old phone, no proper internet, not even a tablet, no investment, nothing. But that lifestyle made me the person I am today. I managed to thrive and survive. Heck, I don't even have a proper bank account. It was just a shitty account where I had to walk 4 km just to withdraw cash. I was much more humble.
I wasn't even having an impulsive buying behavior. Everything was on a budget. If I bought some unnecessary shit, definitely, I would be starving for the next several days. Back in the day, not eating was something easy. These days, it's getting difficult even though I wish to have my old ability. I have much more abundance than before but why am I so unhappy? that's something I have yet to answer.