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August 03, 2005

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Ahhh yes. Moderation. I think one of the most important things I've discovered in life is that everything is best in moderation.

My daily struggle is finding that life balance. Save everything for a point in time in the future that might never come? Or be responsible, save a reasonable amount, and spend a reasonable amount. If you have to err on one side or the other, I'd definitely say err on the side of saving too much, but don't ruin your life by taking it to the extreme. Good post.

By the way. I'd give up cable TV in a heartbeat (except that my wife wants the basic channels. No premium channels though), but I'd never give up my high speed internet connection through cable.

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Great post! No I don't need cable but we have it. It our form of cheap entertainment and basically we would get snow without it. Personal finance is personal but if you have the give mes for everything you will never dig out of the financial hole that you are in.

Cable TV is not worth it the cost.

Yeah it's not worth it, play with your five dogs!

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