In high school I always procrastinated on my projects/homework/studying for tests. 9 times out of 10 this served me well. I would wait until about 6 pm the night before, work late, sometimes wake up early, then get a great grade. Procrastinating served me well.
The longer I'm married to Eric the more
A couple months ago I saw this dress at Old Navy.
But, because I'm frugal I didn't want to spend $29.50 at Old Navy. Old Navy stuff is supposed to be, like, $5, right? So, I didn't buy it.
Then, a little over a week ago I saw a picture of someone wearing it. And, it looked even better on. (I didn't bother trying it on because I knew I wouldn't spend the money on it.) I regretted now buying it, but thought maybe I still could. I looked it up online and found that the grey/white one was completely out. The black one was only in a xxl. Darn!
I had once last chance to buy it in the store. When I went in there the medium was completely out. So, I decided to try on the small. The small fit perfect. It was on clearance for $12. (Cheaper than online! Score!) So, see, thinking about purchases for forever pays off. You get the clearance price. As long as it doesn't sell out...