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Giving the phenomenon a catchy name can trivialize it -- make it trendy. And thus new, financially responsible habits become easier to discard.
Got shoelaces? Odd bits of hardware? Rubber bands? Me too.
Having a little ready cash at home means you're, well, ready -- no matter what happens. But where should you hide it?
You should always have some, so you don't turn into 'that guy.' (Hint: Nobody likes him.)
Writer, scientist, inventor, statesman, musician -- and frugalist.
Part of me says 'yes.' Part of me had to do it.
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