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I have no problem and agree 100% with your statement "don't buy things in place of paying off debt, paying your bills,, etc".
An individual who meets these criteria is just as validly frugal by forgoing trips to purchase Starbucks and fashionable clothing as is the individual who foregoes Starkbu...more
Rules That Have Worked For ME.
1. buy upholstered easy chairs and sofas only if they have an 8-way hand tied spring construction.
2. always purchase upholstered pieces that have the option of special ordering with
selected fabric that you have actually felt and examined from an on-site sample collection of...more
An appropriate opinion and most likely a universal truth.:
"in my opinion, if you do that--then it is your own fault.......that you don;t have more money!"
An inappropriate and highly judgmental and extremely biased narrow thinking criticism:
.....they spend their money frivolously on stuff doesn't matter in the ...more
k b Arcenal.
THANKS. What I really object to is the overly implied JUDGMENT that what other individuals spend their money on is BAD, INAPPROPRIATE and FOOLISHLY WASTEFUL (since even if it brings pleasue, it is a pleasure that is wrong to enjoy)--but what they spend their money on is GOOD, APPROPRIATE, PROPER, M...more
this as well as many frugalist posts strike me as very judgmental. Quoting from the above post: ...people constantly waste money on small things...like expensive
Starbucks coffee. Other posts claim that purchase of new or fashionable clothing from stores instead of thrift shops or purchase of books and recordings ...more
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