Real Money with Effie Zahos

Natasha shares how she overcame her spending addiction

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On today's episode, we meet Natasha. Her self-confessed spending addiction got so bad she was relying on buy now pay later schemes to get what she wanted and was left with less than $50 per week. She talks with Effie and behavioural psychologist Phil Slade about how COVID-19 lockdowns and learning to love herself helped her break the spending cycle.

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