Our lives look a lot different now from the way they did even two months ago. The coronavirus pandemic turned our world upside down, drastically changing how people travel, work, parent and more.
No matter how your pre-pandemic life looked, one thing you’ve probably altered is your spending. From impulse shopping to panic buying, Americans are spending money in ways we’ve never seen before.
Here’s a look at some of the most interesting numbers about our coronavirus spending habits.
1. A Third Of Americans Are Stress-Spending
With a global pandemic at hand, it’s no surprise that many people are feeling more stressed out than usual. There are many different coping strategies for stress, and for some, it’s spending money.
A recent survey by Credit Karma found that 35% of respondents made impulse buys to deal with stress during the coronavirus.
Among those who said they’ve made impulse