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You have made me realize some of my wasteful habits, not saying I have changed much but I am now aware. And can I say I want to fly in the Learjet when purchased! Reply Katy October 14, at Tammy Brackett October 14, at 2: Monica October 15, at 6: Vickey November 27, at 8: It brings me freedom and peace of mind!
Reply Betty Winslow October 14, at Laure October 14, at Also, I add a note of special thanks to Katy. I also like that Katy mentioned that some days her motivators vary…. Reply AFS October 14, at 7: I get more pleasure buying groceries for the food bank than I would going out for a steak dinner.
Amanda October 14, at Reply Leslie October 14, at My husband and I work hard for our paychecks, so to give it up freely and without deliberate thought bothers me. Marie October 14, at I enjoy this, darn it.
We are retired and our income is adequate, but limited. Minimizing waste and reducing our footprint on the planet are important to us.
Spending now is generally about maintaining our health, our home, our pets, and our hobbies, while finding less expensive ways to make our lives easier to manage. Reply Kate October 14, at Marie October 14, at 1: Reply Kate October 14, at 1: My mother-in-law has actually apologized in advance for it all.
MW October 14, at 1: Reply Lilypad October 14, at 2: There goes my blood pressure again. I am tired of being sold at. I am sick of marketers trying to manipulate me into valuing myself based on what I own and always trying to make me feel like it is still I am still not enough. Tracy October 14, at 4: Reply Cheri October 15, at 8: Fed up with consumerism.
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