Article Preview: I think we all know by now what tends to happen when we visit the supermarket on an empty stomach. If you are browsing the supermarket aisles when hungry, it can result in a trolley or basket full of less than sensible purchases. But what happens when the same hungry state is applied during times of making financial decisions? Thankfully, scientists have been pondering this question, and they have come up with an answer.
Don’t make financial decisions when you’re hungry
This 439 words blog discusses the latest study highlighting how feeling hungry has an impact on our decision making, resulting in poorer long-term choices. Written on 17th September 2019.
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