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No Blame Game

April 12th, 2008 at 01:26 pm

I've spent alot of time in the last weeks reading different blogs and articles on SavingAdvice.com. It has really inspired me. My thanks to all the posters on this site! I've been paralyzed under the weight of everything that has happened in the last few years.

Immersing myself in websites, books, etc has been alot of help. I've made a list of things to do: menus, matching coupons to sales/rebates, evaluating each purchase, and rearranging finances to make the best of my resources.

On my list was to check my credit card reward points. To my surprise I had enough points to get cash checks worth $125. And, to my dismay I noticed on my statement that about $13+ was lost in February to expired points. I've decided not to look further back and play the Blame Game. That is done and cannot be changed. I will just enjoy the wonderful surprise of an unexpected $125 and go on from here.

2 Responses to “No Blame Game”

  1. Aleta Says:

    You are so right about not assessing blame. You have to start where you are today and go from there. You are learning and you now know to check your reward points. I check mine every month on their website.


    Everyone's light bulb moment is different. You sound like you are on the right track. Congratulations.


  2. klbb90 Says:

    Thanks Aleta!

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