You can afford this or that, and you think you want it. But should you buy it? We live in a country that really likes to buy things. But even when we can buy what we want without too much financial strain, what we feel afterwards isn’t always positive. We’ve all been there. You’re excited to buy something but later you think, “Meh. Why’d I get this?” Even if you have enough money to pay the bills and buy what you want, you may get to a point where you’d like to feel spending decisions are more intentional. Remember, though, that wanting things is human. Don’t shame yourself or feel bad for desiring the latest thing. Read more at CNBC.