I love the comments that have been posted in response to THIS post.
I just bought tickets to vacation trip #1 on Delta.com. I started out using Expedia.com because they are usually great to use. However, this time it was all glitchy and failed to even get me to the point to purchase tickets. So I went on to Delta.com and I got the exact same ticket for $5/ea less! Apparently, that is what the fee is that Delta pays Expedia to sell its tickets. Round-trip to Philadelphia for less than $200 per ticket. I'm likin' it.
Apparently, PERRY went to see Celine Dion while in Vegas. Well, I DEMAND that his "Man Card" be laying on my desk by morning. If he says HERE that my listening to Clay Aiken is wrong, then DEFINITELY Celine is in the same category. I can't stop thinking about the movie, How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days. Perry in a pink Celine T-shirt – PRICELESS!
I can tell where a person is coming from by the way they phrase things. If they say, "I had to finance the car" or "I had to get a loan" or "I had to buy it", then I clearly KNOW that they are approaching their finances from the wrong point of view. If you have heard yourself say something like this, may I suggest an alternative approach? How about – "I know that this big expense is approaching. How can I pay for it without using debt?"
I delivered some of my fashion mags to Judith. Sheesh. The mailman is hating my delivery address.
I am ready to get my book published. Anyone interested in publishing this little-known author who is on a crusade to teach 100,000 people about managing their personal finances in the next 5 years?