I just watched Confessions of a Shopaholic, a movie that provides great lessons about spending control.
Here are some of the lines I really liked…
“Do I really need these?”
“Cost and worth are very different things.”
“Trust is the most valuable commodity in America.”
“When I shop, the world gets better. And then it’s not, and I need to do it again.”
“If the American economy can be billions in debt and survive, so can you.”
“It’s amazing what you have time to do if you don’t shop.”
In the end, the main character finds a relationship with a man who loves her back—not a credit card that doesn’t return her love.