Boredom and hunger make it much more difficult to manage money consciously. Anyone who has ever stood in a supermarket with a growling stomach knows the urge to load the shopping trolley with a wide variety of delicacies.
How to use money sensibly
Your feeling of hunger makes you forget how to use money sensibly and tempts you to make bad purchases. Much of what you buy when you are hungry ends up in the bin. The same goes for those who go shopping out of sheer boredom. You don’t need anything, but you can pass the time by window shopping. If you have time slack, you are better off meeting up with good friends. That strengthens friendships and the sovereign handling of money.