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    Quote Originally Posted by Yppej View Post
    #2 is liquid assets, #1 is food production on his list. Should I ask you if you are having senior moments like you asked me?
    How precious of you.

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    I will do 0 and 2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yppej View Post
    #2 is liquid assets, #1 is food production on his list. Should I ask you if you are having senior moments like you asked me?
    I admit to having them occasionally. Unlike you, I know I am not perfect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frugal-one View Post
    Unlike you, I know I am not perfect.
    Wow. Your J on the Briggs-Meyers must be top of the charts, and your P non-existent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yppej View Post
    Wow. Your J on the Briggs-Meyers must be top of the charts, and your P non-existent.
    See ... your superior attitude again. Have not paid attention to that orthogonal info.

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    Y, you don’t understand what the J and P stand for in the MB. Look it up.

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    I was discouraged when I wrote spend less, although it is probably a good idea. I would say that afterwards, I will try harder to get things done when I think of them, and not put them off. It's a good reminder of how short our lives are.

    I will try to spend less time in negativity and conflict. I will avoid places where those occur. I will not waste time being negative towards others.

    Since I have only 0-25 years left, why spend a moment being negative or mean to others? What a silly way to spend my remaining time.

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    We definitely spent less for the 2 months we were home. Takeout is cheaper then going out because no drinks. However, it’s not the same experience. Once a year I review my bills and shop around for better deals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teacher Terry View Post
    We definitely spent less for the 2 months we were home. Takeout is cheaper then going out because no drinks. However, itís not the same experience. Once a year I review my bills and shop around for better deals.
    We've spent less on eating out, but I can see that going away quickly when the restaurants reopen, as I still have a belated birthday dinner and my favorite restaurant reopened at half capacity this week. They also have an outside deck, which would be even nicer this time of year.

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    Maybe I've spend a bit less on eating out but far more money spent on on food overall, so food budget is way up. I see that continuing really, it is what it is.
    If you want something to get done, ask a busy person. If you want them to have a nervous breakdown that is.

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