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Underbuyers Not-So-Anonymous

It's hard for me to get even things that will make my life easier. If I lived in the country, I'd probably shovel snow with a dustpan wired to a broomstick. I admire people who identify the tools they need & get them.

I don't think it's about indecisiveness: this shredder or that? I'm not cheap (look at my shelf of shoes if you don't believe that).

Today I bought 10 jars of a moisturizer I like that's being discontinued, and a Jawbone UP to track my activity levels, with the intention of stepping up my game by making myself accountable.

I hit "buy" and felt a sick moment, as if I'd just run over a baby. Then I was excited. No regret! Overbuyers Anon, here I come?
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