Episode: Little Happier: Carrie’s Shoe Collection in “Sex and the City” Teaches an Important Lesson About Habits


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Little Happier: Carrie’s Shoe Collection in “Sex and the City” Teaches an Important Lesson About Habits

If you’re trying to save money, does it matter if you splurge on one pair of expensive shoes? Probably not. What about two pairs? Three pairs? In the TV show “Sex and the City,” Carrie’s shoe collection illustrates an important idea in habit-formation: the One-Coin Loophole. 

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