If You Won’t Remember Something In A Week, Don’t Buy It

If You Won’t Remember Something In A Week, Don’t Buy It

Let’s face it: most of us spend money on things that are entirely unnecessary. We buy gadgets we don’t use, books we don’t read and experiences we don’t even remember. If you won’t remember something in a week, don’t bother spending money on it.

Photo by How to Live a Rich Modern Life Without Debt [The Simple Dollar via Rockstar Finance]

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  • when considering my next purchase I ask myself “have I hit the wall?”. That means is the old item broken or have I grown out of it’s usefulness because I want to do something it can’t?
    That is to avoid the trend of having two of everything, like cameras, bicycles, watches, laptops, you get my drift.

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