Posted On: 2006-01-24Length: 11:14
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Hey everybody, and welcome back to our Debt Podcast. Today is Tuesday. It is January 24, 2006, and we are nearing the end of our resolution helpers for this month, January. Hope it's going well for you so far. By the way, and I don't say this nearly often enough, if you have any questions or comments for audio feedback, you can send them to our audio feedback line at 206-202-5231. That number again, 206-202-5231. In addition, if you haven't already voted on Podcast Alley, please do that. Go to our show notes at debtpodcast.com and click on the right side where it says, "Vote for us on Podcast Alley." You can also do it directly at podcastalley.com. Please go ahead and vote, if you haven't, or if you know anyone who hasn't voted and you'd like us to do a favor, and remind them for us. Real important. I'd really like to get us up into the top 100. Anyway, that's enough housekeeping for today. We're just going to jump into a quick resolution helper for today, so let's get on with it.
Here is today's resolution helper.
Today's resolution helper, and tomorrow's resolution helper are going to be the last ones in which we discuss anything outside of some basic tips for reducing your debt load. Those are going to be coming up soon, and those are going to be the last two resolution helpers going through the end of January. So what do we talk about today and tomorrow? Well, we're talking about everything else. That means we're talking about spending money, and spending it wisely. Easy, right? Well, easier said than done is more like it. When I was a kid I wanted something, I'd go to my parents, I'd beg for it. Sometimes literally I'd beg for it. A new computer, walkman, records, comic books, tape cassettes, whatever. And every time I did, I'd say, "I need it," to which my father would say, "well why do you need it?" Funny how I never came up with an answer better than...