What to do then?
First, repent. You may make some adjustments later. Repent first.
Repent from giving into these corrupted systems (spell consumerism). Repent from buying into what commercial advertisers told us. Repent from ignoring the less fortunate. We, the urbanized people, are often deluded. We stumbled. That's almost alright. Jesus is Lord.
And if you think picking up or re-reading Kiyosaki's 'Rich Dad, Poor Dad' will help, well you are not entirely wrong. Better, you can start by listening to Soo Inn's Don't Worry, Be Focused. "In difficult times, God helps us to discern our needs and wants."
Then you may read Pope's recent speech in Australia. Some except here:
Dear friends, life is not governed by chance; it is not random. Your very existence has been willed by God. Blessed and given a purpose (cf Gen 1:28)! Life is not just a succession of events or experiences, helpful though many of them are. It is a search for the true, the good and the beautiful. It is to this end that we make our choices; it is for this that we exercise our freedom; it is in this - in truth, in goodness, and in beauty - that we find happiness and joy. Do not be fooled by those who see you as just another consumer in a market of undifferentiated possibilities, where choice itself becomes the good, novelty usurps beauty and subjective experiences displace truth. (Emphasis added)