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Cash Flow

April 9th, 2010 at 08:17 am

I can just feel it. Spending is about to begin. And I don't want to do it. I prefer to save money. I'm not good at the buying. Oh sure, I can buy groceries, gas, and other normal stuff here and there. But I'm seeing signs of large purchases.

Want to know what I see in my future?

Family pictures
An airline ticket
Battery operated lawn trimmer
Tire rotation and alignment
House painting
New gutters

I'm sure that is a couple thousand dollars! We have the money but I wanted to save it. I guess I'm pouting about it today. This too shall pass.

3 Responses to “Cash Flow”

  1. yisave Says:

    I'm looking at your list and it is doable. For instance, if I knew what battery operated lawn trimmer I wanted, I'd go online and put in the exact model or go to consumer reports if you are a consumer. Sometimes there are articles from them that will give you information on what to look for. Family pictures could be as close as Sears Roebuck. Again, check their ads and even check online. I see items online that I don't see in the store. Tire rotation and alignment - there are usually coupons.

    Just tackling the ones that are most important to you might help you and just get you started. You're looking at the whole picture and that can be overwhelming.

  2. gamecock43 Says:

    "I'm not good at the buying"...lol.

  3. PauletteGoddard Says:

    I have that feeling and I call it buyer's premorse.

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