My sister has some... difficulty making decisions. I suppose that should be "Difficulty" with a capital "D" or perhaps a capital "DIFFICULTY". Of course I'm happy to help tell her what she should do and what's not worth it, but with the time change and my love of a good night's rest it's not always practical.
So today I whipped up a little decision making aid.
Things that will help my suggestions make more sense:
- When I'm traveling, I operate under the theory that I've already spent $__(some thousand)__ to get here, and it would be ridiculous not to _______ because I didn't want to pay the last $__(14 or 35 or whatever)__. The same is true for being there and choosing to do nothing.
- I'm not much of a "thing" person. I'd rather splurge on experiences and skip the gift shop.
- Cameron does our finances. Not because I can't budget, because I can... my budget just allows me to run right up to the edge. Cam likes a safety cushion because being at the end of a rope sounds less appealing to him. I find it a bit exhilarating.