Shopping Therapy - Online or On Foot?
“Women are being treated by shops,” says modern wisdom. This is proven by women themselves and will never be disproved by scientific male views. No one knows how this works,…

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Shopaholism: is shopping passion a diagnosis?
It’s no secret that the life of a modern person is full of stresses, but everyone struggles with them in different ways: some give a way out of the negative,…

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Buyer syndrome. How to deal with it?
More recently, foreign marketing experts published the results of their sociological research. According to a survey among American schoolchildren and young people, it was revealed that 89% of them cannot…

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The best European sales. Where and when?

Sales are a natural and very attractive trade phenomenon for lovers of fashionable clothes and accessories. And it is not surprising, because the higher the initial price of the product, the more you save by buying it at a sale. This simple arithmetic works flawlessly, attracting crowds of buyers. Reads Ilona Grosheva Syda Productions, Shutterstock.com As a rule, large sales are held twice a year: in the summer (in some places in the spring) and, of course, in the Christmas holidays. Continue reading

Children’s shopaholism: why is it so relevant?

Almost all parents are faced with the fact that the grown-up child more and more often starts talking about new clothes. By asking for a completely unnecessary (in the parents’ opinion) thing, he confidently motivates the need for a purchase, describing in bright colors the situation that has developed in the class … Sergej Khakimullin, Shutterstock.com After all, the hike for knowledge is becoming more and more a demonstration of his style, and often belonging to a particular subculture. Continue reading

When did grocery carts appear in the supermarkets, and who invented them?
November 15, 1898, 110 years ago, in the small American town of Ardmore (Oklahoma), not to be confused with a New Zealand city, in the family of an emigrant from…

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Price tags and supermarkets. How did Frank Woolworth create them?
We are so used to price tags and supermarkets that we can’t imagine modern trade without them. We think it always has been. Reads Yuri Bering No, no, and again…

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