So how is the title to this article related to the actual article? There is nothing sneaky about having to get to work or wearing clothes while at work... or deciding how to feed oneself during the day.
My office sucked my wallet dry with the number of parents who were constantly selling overpriced stuff fundraising for school and sports, none of whom reciprocated when I was fundraising for the charities of my choice (library and neurological disease). I now work from home, and there's no pressure to spend money so other people's kids can play sports or go on band trips. Plus, without the interruptions of people wanting to socialize, I get more done!
I grew up on a farm five brothers and i was the only girl.I always said my dad did not know i was a girl.By the time you were five years old you had to work during farming season.Up at three o clock in the morning to take out tobacco out of the barn,eat breakfast then to field.As soon as we could we work for other farmer to earn money for clothes and other much need things we did not have.I worked all my life and so did my husband of 53 years.Save for our retirement,bang recession hit 3 grow family members had to move back home.Our saving or gone.We face with a house build in 1960 need a lot of repairs we can not afford them.What people suppose to do.And i know other are facing the same thing.Ester Yates.
can i just find one article -ONE- that is not about saving and cutting back. shouldn't it be equally important to splurge and live a little and buy stuff you don't need or stuff you know it a bit more expensive