6 thoughts on “Old Money Says…

  1. agreed. you end up paying more than what things are worth. you also get saddled with things of little value that you don’t need. if in tough times you can’t tap into it to get out out of a bind, you need to think carefully before investing in it.


  2. This is very true. When we had our yard sale back in May, as we were setting up, I thought about what each of the items was new, and I frowned. The majority of the items were kitchy gifts by well-meaning friends, colleagues, etc., and very old things that long outlived their usefulness, but it was still a real eye opener. We stay off of the consumer merry-go-round for the most part, but we were pretty surprised about how much we had accumulated.


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