The Thirty-eight Cents Pizza

The Thirty-eight Cents Pizza

pizzaI just got back to my office after going out to buy a large spicy fries that I paid for with coins from the bottom of my purse. I got hungry, see, but I didn’t want to buy a whole meal because I didn’t have any cash on me and I didn’t feel right using my debit card to pay for a purchase that is less than $10. I had about $5 in quarters though that I had been meaning to empty from my purse and save my back. They’re heavy as heck, man!

Anyway, let me stop rambling and make this story short. When I got back to the office, I was checking my emails while eating my fries and I ran into this site called Cents to Share.

I found my way to that site because I followed a link from the Simple Dollar about a 38 cents pizza. Weird how one thing leads to another on the internet, doesn’t it?

The point is, the reason I was rambling about the coins I spent for lunch and the Cents to Share website that I came across on, is because I really admire people who have a good handle on their finances. I would love to be able to do the same, and I do try… but I have old habits that are just too hard to break and I am just not very successful a lot of the times. I know I could do better in budgeting and managing our finances that’s why I turn to sites like the Simple Dollar for inspiration and now there’s Cents to Share too.

Check them out!

One thought on “The Thirty-eight Cents Pizza

  1. Thanks for linking to my article. 🙂

    The truth is, everyone starts their journey to better financial habits somewhere. A lot of people who blog about personal finance, do so because they wanted to change how they handled it. They weren’t the best at managing money, but by blogging about it and sharing their situations, other people could help.

    I’m glad that my writing gives you inspiration. 🙂

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