However, although comfort buys provide some needed cheer and relaxation that a person requires during one’s moments of depression or bad mood, retail therapy when done excessively can cause more worries that a person does not really need. Aside from owning items that you really don’t want nor need, you may find yourself owing debts that you have no way of paying. In some cases, the problem can become a psychological disorder termed as oniomania or more commonly known as compulsive buying disorder.
Well, if you are among those people who are constantly having those periods of binge shopping, you may want to consider selling the unwanted items that you most probably have in abundance. In such cases, holding a garage sale would be appropriate not only to de-clatter your home but to at least make some cash out of your momentary loss of sense in terms of smart shopping. Many smart buyers frequent garage sale deals because they provide the perfect opportunity to purchase good and, sometimes, unused things at a much lower price. So, if you have a problematic retail therapy that resulted to owning lots of unnecessary and superfluous stuffs that you found out after the urge to compulsively buy things stops, doing a garage sale is the perfect option for you to properly deal with them.