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How I Stopped Buying Things I Don't Need

This article is part of HuffPost’s “ Reclaim ” campaign, an ongoing project spotlighting the world’s waste crisis and how we can begin to solve it. I’m kind of an impulsive shopper. You might even call me a compulsive shopper. I never met a white Zara blouse I didn’t like. I’m also an introvert who primarily enjoys the company of New York City streets. This means a Saturday walk in November can easily turn into a $75 binge on bathing suit bottoms at H&M.
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