Okay, I bought that shredded lettuce for work. I bought 3 bags thinking that I didn't want to run out. Well, after dumping 2 bags in a bowl, I thought that was more than enough. I was right, I have 2 and 1/2 bags of salad left! Also, I bought 3 boxes of taco shells and only used 1. So I overbought. I guess we'll be eating shredded lettuce salads for dinner and lunches this week. Now, I need some more salad dressing. The only bottle I have expired 2 months ago. I didn't really want to eat
Yes, folks, I think there is a connection between tiredness and overspending.
When I am tired in the gorcery store, I will grab the first things I see, and will not bother to comparison shop.
When I am tired on the way home from work, I am way more vulnerable to the take out food version of dinner.
When I am tired at the mall, I do what I call stupid shopiing, which is sort of mindless, the kind of shopping that by the time you get the stuff home you
How to Distinguish Between the Two
By Erin Huffstetler
Need - something you have to have
Want - something you would like to have
The difference between a need and a want is pretty simple -- until you set yourself loose in a store. Double chocolate chip ice cream? It's a food, so mark it as a need. That designer t-shirt that fits you perfectly? Well, you need more shirts, so why shouldn’t it count too?
Tally up the damage caused by a few
Updated 08-13-2008 at 09:53 AM by C@rol
Here are some handy tips about how to keep your paperwork from getting out of control.
-Staple papers together instead of using paper clips because paper clips often get caught on other papers.
-Never keep entire magazines in a file. Look for any important articles, cut them out, staple the pieces together and file them.
-Store your valuable papers in a safe deposit box or a fireproof safe.
Keep your filing system updated
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Rules to help you with handling clutter.