I know I’m a pretty active person in the summer, and my holidays are packed. But I’m also a perfectionist. I can’t be caught in the act. I have to put the perfect holiday shopping product into my cart that day, and I’ll be sure to shop in the right aisle and at the right time.
Im always a perfectionist. Even when Im not shopping. I dont know why Im so fussy about my holiday shopping, it just is. I dont really have any particular rules about what Im shopping for, but it does have to be something I want, and I just dont want to think about stuff I dont want to buy.
I know Im getting a bit off-topic here, but Im talking about how you can get better at shopping if you are willing to put some time into it. There are a lot of things that our brains are built to do that we tend to ignore, like looking at the right thing at the right time when all other options are completely off.
The trick to shopping is to set aside the “wrong” things and only buy what you actually need, as opposed to buying what you think you need, but not really need. For example, if you only need a house but you are looking for a new car, you should only buy a car you actually need. When you are shopping for a car, you need to look at the models, the features, and decide if you really need a certain car.
This is the only part of shopping that I really agree with. If you buy something you don’t need, then you can always just toss it in a drawer and not worry about it anymore, and it won’t ever be a problem (or you can always make it back in a different place). If you buy something that you don’t really need, then you are in trouble.
I know this is a controversial statement, but I think a car should always be used for a purpose, not just for show. As I said before, a vehicle is made to be driven. It is designed to achieve its purpose in the real world. If a car has more features than they should, or worse, has other flaws, then it is not a car that is made for driving.
I think that cars are a great example. People think that a car is just a car and they do not see that there are more than just what they need in a car. They see a car for its looks, and often times they assume a car should just go where it is told to go. If you are a teenager and you see a car and it does not go there, you think you made a mistake. You should take the car home and use it for something else.
That’s a great example of this idea, but people don’t see the whole car. They only see the function or the appearance. They do not see it’s purpose and how it can help people. You don’t see the driver, the car has no personality and you can put it in any park you want and be done with it. What people do see is the vehicle’s purpose, and that is to get from A to B.
The same thing is true of holiday shopping. Only those who have actually shopped go to the web shop to look at the images and make a purchasing decision. Those who don’t have a clue about how shopping works or what the web shop is for are often left with the option of using the images as a shopping website.
We at Tech Fix it have seen this with our holiday shopping site. The images are just a selection of images from various web shops. There is no one image that tells a complete story. Many web shops have images of their product. Some of these images are very specific to the category of web shop, for example, Christmas, but most are generic.