Originally Posted by melissa59
Remember the GOAL. The goal is not buying only during a sale. The goal is not to buy only when we have a coupon. The goal is not deprivation. The goal is to think about our spending habits and be in control of our purchases.
YIKES! I just read what I wrote and realized that it has a completely different meaning that intended.
Instead of saying "The goal is not to buy only when we have a coupon" it should be "Buying only when we have a coupon is not the goal". Same with the rest of the sentences. My original post made it sound like I was listing the goals, when instead I was trying to say those were not the intended goals.