Online v The High Street
I buy an awful lot of things that I need online. I am not ashamed of it. I know I am not always helping the small high street retailer, but online is convenient for me and where possible I try to buy from independent stores online.
Not everything I buy is online though. Clothes for example I will buy in a shop because it is simpler to feel the fabric quality, try things on etc. Although I can get bored very easily in a shop.
Whilst it is always nice to have a package arrive I don’t get that psychological warm feeling having bought something online as I do in the high street.
Is it just me that has this feeling that when you walk down the high street with your new purchase in hand you feel like a warm glow inside of you.
Now I must stress this is normally when I have bought something for myself and not the fruit and veg from the supermarket.
I think anyone reading this will know what I mean. Psychologically making the purchase on the high street makes you feel better but online is often 10 times more convenient. Get what I mean or am I on my own on this one?