This morning, I realised that there were 2 days worth of toothpaste left (if I really sqeezed the tube) until a visit to the dentist tomorrow gives me a complimentary tube. I've purposely not rushed out and bought new toothpaste for this reason.
Grocery catalogues are studied, and I get a kick out of paying 50c less per kilo for grapes at one particular supermarket over the other. Taking it further, I weigh up the benefits against the cost of fuel and time running around between competing supermarkets...
Every single plan, contract and paid service is researched to the enth degree just
to make sure I'm getting the cheaper deal with quality product.
Every dollar spent has it's special place in my monthly spread sheet, and every receipt is golden, lol. The end goal (20K in 10 months) is plotted on a graph from which this data feeds in to. I look at this graph probably a little too much
I live well, and afford most things, and have a very good well paying career, but recent circumstances have forced me to look at the way pennies are spent, I've slowly become consumed by the cause.
Anyone else share this infliction?