So, not going to lie, Facebook stores are my downfall. PayPal is a fantastic thing, and it's just so easy to get reasonably priced custom things these days. In this Dave Ramsey FPU class, I've been trying really hard to help curb my impulse buying. I've done really well, actually! There are a lot of things I've been trying that have seemed to help. Yesterday, I did spend a little of my "budgeted monthly blow money" on a new saddle cover though. SO PRETTY. Anywho. I've been writing down things I want and putting them in an order of importance. I'm only allowing myself one item larger than $30 a month, if it's more than that savings must happen. My collar sales have gone way down, sorry Danielle! Another thing I've been doing is sleeping on a buy over night. If I don't feel I would use it right now, it goes on the back burner (sorry custom fly bonnet and beaded browband!). I don't really like shopping in real stores, or buying things like clothes. But, you get me on dog or equine items and man, I can ring that bill up. The "What else could this money go towards?" helps as well. If I spend $50, that's $50 further away from our house, paying off our truck, or a horse. What are some tips and tricks you use to curb impulse buying?