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Without a Reason There’s Always an Excuse

12154212134_3f6cde858f_zThis post was born out of Ruth’s post on Metacognition in Personal Finance that she wrote last week. In it, Ruth shares:

“I know that for all of those years when I maintained and deepened our levels of debt, I wasn’t using metacognition at all. I definitely did as Amy did. When times were extra good financially, I felt a giddy compulsion to spend that extra. I also spent more when things were extra busy. And I spent more when I felt extra anxious about something. I spent more in accordance with bursts of extra love too – especially when it came to one of our children – and at times of celebration.”

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