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* National Bookstore
* Power Books
* Fully Booked
Computers and Electronics
* PC Corner
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Just like any kind of shopping, online shopping can be addicting or habit-forming, most especially since it makes everything easy and convenient. Some people spend hours browsing for items and filling up their online carts. Learn to regulate your online shopping to prevent excessive spending.