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Do I really want it, or am I running automatically?

Is it my choice, or something else?

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So, a new iPhone was released last week in the USA, (UK coming soon) and as usual there was the mass hysteria around it. I was discussing this with a friend and we came to the realisation that apart from a few changes (slightly better processor, slightly better camera), not much has changed in mobile phones in the last 2-3 years.

However as we were discussing this I was wondering how many people will upgrade their phone, even those that have a phone that is only a year old and spend another £1,000 or tie themselves into a long contract.

Then it got me thinking, what would a person need to believe that will require to keep on upgrading year-after-year when in truth they don't really need to.

Is it?

What gives me worth is buying things (what a compulsive spender may believe)

What makes me valuable is impressing people (this may mean buying a phone, or even bragging)

Now, I'm not saying there is anything wrong with wanting to have the latest tech, however if you feel that have to, or need to, or it gives you sense of worth, then you may want to think twice,

It doesn't have to be this way...





To Do


Set a timer for 7 minutes, & write down all the reasons you're proud of yourself - big or small, doesn't matter:

Did you grow up with good manners, did you finish that book you were reading, did you hit a personal milestone, did you help someone with their shopping?

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