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I’m a saver, but I will spend on something if I’m convinced there’s a worthwhile purpose – after I research to make sure I’m getting the biggest bang for my buck.
I suppose I fall in the “saver” side. I hate spending money on frivilous things, and am always worried about having enough put back for an emergency.
I’m the spender. My husband hates all forms of shopping, so I’m the one who buys the groceries, the clothes, the everything. I’m also the one who likes to splurge, so it fits me.
I hardly ever spend any money on myself but have a tendency to spend what I don’t have on others… bad habit
It makes me terribly nervous to spend money, the larger the sum the more tweaky I get.
Spender, both Eric & I, so we in trouble 😦 Right now one income and a baby, so nothing to save!
I’m simply TERRIBLE with money. That’s why Paul takes care of it. I spend now and think later. I can’t even pretend to lie.
Well if you don’t ask my Mrs., I’ll tell you the absolute truth.
I don’t spend $ frivously. However I won’t hesitate breaking out the $ if I feel like I’m supposed to buy or spend.
Saver, I like that word my kids just call me cheap! 🙂
I used to be a huge spender but I’m learning from the hubby to save. He’s a penny pincher…unlike his mom!!
I think I’m pretty good with money. I take care of what needs to be taken care of and after that if there’s money left I may spend it. HOWEVER, I don’t buy it unless it’s on sale or I think it’s worth while. I impulse buy rarely, but it happens. I can save when I need to, but I do like to shop!
I’m a saver, and I absolutely cannot stand owing money to anyone. I will be one happy woman when my house is paid off someday!
I really try to avoid thinking about whether or not I’m good or bad with money. Guess that gives it away, huh?
I admit it… I SUCK! I am a saver big time. I always worry that someday Im not going to have money. It probably will never happen, but I always am extremely careful about what I spend. Though for anyone else, Ill spend a fortune! LOL
I save, save, save. I’m horrible.