We write down everything we need before we do our shopping.
We look at our list as we walk around in a systematic manner, searching and getting all we need in a short time.
With a shopping list, we usually have enough time even to shop for other things.
Using a shopping list while shopping is definitely a good idea.
It is so much easier, efficient and effective, and we usually don't waste much time and effort.
Besides, we can always plan beforehand where and when to buy certain items. This help us save on our budget and make us learn to spend money wisely.
But sometimes, life is not that simple.
There are times when there is an attractive sale right in front of us.
And all of a sudden we remember we have something to buy.
Will you go around shopping without your shopping list?
How would you go around to do this?
Surprisingly, there are many among us who have their own ways buying things without a shopping list.
Some would stand at a corner trying to relate what to buy based on who needs them.
It may take some times but they will be able to shop after that.
Some walk around and look from station to station, trying to recall what they want to buy. This usually takes more time and the tendency to forget something is high.
Some divide themselves into different groups and start shopping. This normally ends up buying more than what they need.
Do you have any good strategy buying things without a shopping list?