Sunday, September 9, 2007
Breaking Habits and Making Money
I confess that I am a ex-smoker. I have quit and started a couple of times, but this time seems to have taken for good. On the web, you can find a plethora of sites that will quote how much it costs the average smoker to sustain their habit as well as the cost of health care. This is a well known and document expensive habit, but it is only just recently that people are considering the costs of other habits including David Bach's "Latte Factor." Along those same lines I will refer you to an excellent article on the Motley Fool by Dayana Yochim called Kick Bad Habits and Save $2,600. It discusses Cable T.V., bargain shopping on the web, and other acceptable vices.