Sometimes a DOLLAR is just a DOLLAR

Imagine you walk into your neighborhood dollar store.   My beloved go-to for movie candy and art supplies, FYI. You walk into your local George Washington General Store and you select the shiny object of your inexpensive dreams, a tinsel tiara, say, a bouncing balloon ball, or what have you. When you head up with yourContinue reading “Sometimes a DOLLAR is just a DOLLAR”

EMOTIONAL COMPOUND INTEREST

The worst word in the world – after taxes – might be BUDGET.  A skin-tight word that feels like a seatbelt separating you from all the fun you could have.  A word that means maybe those cute shoes and happy hour on Friday are not your friends.  But having more bills than money at theContinue reading “EMOTIONAL COMPOUND INTEREST”