Is Procrastination a Useful Tool in Frugalism?


One thing I realised recently is that my tendency to procrastinate can be useful tool in deferring expenditure.

There were several days after Christmas when I meant to go to the shops and buy some things but never got around to it. And then, on thinking about it realised I did not need those things at all.

So procrastination can be a good thing to slow down our acquisitiveness.

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  1. stuffjourneymemberslike says:

    so true!! thanx for this blog!

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  3. Laurel Papworth says:

    I really must sell my Enron shares. And maybe get out of the subprime market. I keep meaning to, but procrastinate. Heh.