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Being Conservative As my friends and I enter a nearby McDonalds down the street we all have one thing on our minds food A number nine one of my friends calls out with an apple pie Ill take a number three with extra mayo another one of my friends says Finally it is my turn to order Hmm I think to myself I am not going to eat because then Ill have to pay I figured if I said I wasnt hungry then my friends will offer me their food and in the end I wouldnt have to pull out my wallet A lesson of how to budget money is to be learned from this situation Many times in everyday life you must learn how to save money in other word being what I like to call tite or tight as it is commonly known Being tight in fact is a sure way to save money So if you are on a budget the instructions that follow provide the best policy Eventually you will have to pay for or share something Thus you should learn how to be tight to avoid these certain situations as much as possible First and foremost before you decide to be tight you must understand the concept of a good excuse For instance saying you dont have money and then going to the mall and buying an eighty-dollar shirt cannot easily be justified however your purchase can be justified if you claim your girlfriend bought the shirt for you In addition another good excuse when trying to avoid these situations is saying that you forgot your wallet at home The leaving your wallet at home excuse is the most common excuse known to tight people When you are stuck in a situation where you are about to be called tight this excuse always does the trick However you shouldnt overuse this excuse because just like a pair of tennis shoes
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