"There is difference and there is power. And who holds the power decides the meaning of the difference." --June Jordan

Friday, August 14, 2009

If one more "financial expert" tells me to just cut out my daily latte, I'm going to scream.

I mean, I know Starbucks is popular, but geez. Do they really think everyone in the world goes there every day? I already get by on two, maybe three lattes a year. Does that mean I should be a millionaire?

4 comments:

harrietsdaughter said...

THANK YOU!!! Ditto on the "bring your own lunch from home instead of going out, purchase store brands, use public transportation...." Who are these people.

Zippa said...

My question is: WHO DOESN'T COME UP WITH THAT ON THEIR OWN?

I mean, clearly not buying lunch every day is a quick way to cut out a minimum of $25 a week. By the end of the month, you've got your gas bill covered just by making your cold meat sandwich instead of buying it.

Tracey said...

It just amazes me that people keep getting paid to say and write the same tips over and over. Give me something new, people.

plumpdumpling said...

"If I'm not there to greet you, I'm down getting a latte around the corner."

You're the only one not getting lattes four times a day, lady. Sorry.