Poor? Living paycheck to paycheck? What’s the real problem?
Perhaps it’s more how we spend money than how much money we have.
Do you subscribe to the following philosophy?
“Do we expect families to forgo the trappings of living in this society—a computer and broadband service, smart phones, a flat-screen TV—because they are ‘non-essential’? Should parents not pay fees associated with youth sports or buy kids equipment necessary to participate in group activities? What’s essential, or at least very important, for mental health and social integration beyond the basics of food and shelter?”
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Source: Poor Judgment – HumbleDollar