These are so great, but I think the best is the first one. I use that trick with my high heel addiction, but I take it to at least waiting until the next day (sleep on it) or up to three days. If I am still thinking about it just as enthusiastically, I will find a deal to soften the blow. Most of the time I find that I purposefully overlook negatives like the style or fit, durability, etc. and save my money for something I do need.
dealwagger (rep: 10.3k) posted Mar 17, 2012
Great Tips - I really agree with the Crock-Pot idea - a lot of times my only energy of the day is in the morning - if I go ahead and plan ahead and can get everything in the crock-pot and cooking first thing in the morning then I have a nice home-cooked meal for the family at dinner time - when I am normally too pooped to cook! :)
FibroMom (rep: 184k) posted Mar 18, 2012
#3 is not just for Christmas, but for any holiday... If you have your heart set on a decor item but can't justify spending that much for it, check out its price shortly after the holiday, or a few weeks later. This is how I got the majority of my Christmas decorations, including a $30 advent calendar I later found for $5.
Conversely, shop extra EARLY for things, I paid 5cents an egg for this year's Easter Eggs in late January, and they are currently up to 12cents at the same store!
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