People of our grandparents’ generation grew up learning to take care of their possessions and make things last, a useful skill that can help stretch dollars today.
We honor our possessions when we take good care of them. This quiet
The January Money Diet starts tomorrow, and I can’t wait to explore all the ways we can spend less money and live well as we start the new year together.
Let’s begin this challenge with
All those telephone poles.
I notice them now as I drive around Denver, pole after pole after pole—soldier straight timbers strung with wires and pigeons, some topped with cell phone towers, and others festooned with garage sale signs and lost pet flyers.