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BY: Anisa Author | Category: Shopping | Submitted: 2011-01-25 14:56:16
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Article Summary: "Are you feeling down and want to change the mood. Here is a solution which has been tried over and over again and still works like magic. Go out for shopping!.."

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Are you feeling down and want to change the mood. Here is a solution which has been tried over and over again and still works like magic. Go out for shopping!

Shopping is something that is bound to cheer you up.
It is one of the greatest mood swing exercise. There is a misconception in people that shopping only means shopping for clothes or shoes. Even one of the famous Hollywood movies by the name confessions of a shopaholic addressed drawbacks of excessive cloth shopping. Shopping can be about anything from shows, gadgets, vegetables and even books. Not to mention the best shopping form is called the window shopping. Window shopping is something that is a good exercise that keeps the consumers updated with the latest trends in the market. Window shopping is even more fun when it is performed with friends and it is destined to change the mood.

Over the years the shopping trends have changed. Earlier people used to shop in huge groups and the whole family used to have a good time. Later on people started to do shopping with friends. This trend further changed to shopping with partners only. Even now the shopping with family trend still exists. It is very common to see young boys and girls shopping with their families. The latest trend is shopping on the internet. It is amazing to know that now the consumers can buy any thing under the sun from the internet. It saves time and on many occasions it is cheaper from the regular shopping experience. It is cheaper because the store owners don't have to pay heavy rents of the shops.

Shopping on the internet is fun.
It is easy and shows a lot of variety to the buyer. The buyer has to pay the money via his credit or debit card and the online store ships the products to the door step of the buyer. This also displays the future of shopping. Many of the contemporary stores are closing down and switching over to online stores. This also saves them money and the users get to save time. This is a fine example of the term; time is money.

Indeed some people are shopaholics.
They just like to buy whatever they see in the malls or the stores. Most of the items they buy are not useful to them but they can't help it. These people describe their excessive shopping as a rush of adrenaline. If these people are extremely rich and have stable income this habit helps in other people to make a living. If it is the other way around, the shopaholics end up filing for bankruptcy. The very famous boxer Iron Mike filed for bankruptcy because he was a shopaholic and he used to buy really expensive watches and cars as if he was buying breakfast. The end result was filing for bankruptcy. It didn't affect him much but a common man does not have something to rely on if they file for bankruptcy. This is probably the biggest disadvantage of shopping and luckily only shopaholics suffer from it.

Shopping is on an all time high in the last month of the year.
Yes in December almost every store launches a sale. These sales generate a lot of revenue for the shops. The margins are cut down during the Christmas season and the consumers flood the shops. For many people Christmas shopping is a blessing. They save all year long to buy that high definition television or that game console that they always wanted to buy. Even for little kids, the Christmas sales are the best time of the years. Their schools close down and their parents buy them the things that are rather expensive throughout the year.

After the Christmas and New Year shopping rush the store owners pack their things with new things.
These things also appeal to the buyers. The people who have spare cash buy them at the beginning of the year. For people who cannot afford those new items start to save up and plan to buy them in the next sale. That is how the shopping cycle keeps on moving. Interestingly it is funny but true. People just can't get enough of shopping.

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