Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Blogtember: A Mistake

Write about a time you screwed up - a mistake you made. 

I actually don't remember my mistakes that clearly. I know I've made mistakes. Heck, I probably made many, but I don't remember them clearly. That's because after I make a mistake, I forget about it. I push them back in my mind. 

But I do remember spending $6,000 in two months in November 2012. You see, I got a debit card from TD bank. I was thrilled. Finally, I could buy whatever I wanted online or in store. I never really used it in the stores, mainly online. And that's what I did. Bought things from Etsy and sites like Groopdealz, Sassy Steals, and other daily deal sites. I bought concert tickets and then, due to rain, I didn't go. I bought makeup from Sephora and Urban Decay, I bought things for my fiance, I used it occasionally for restaurants, etc. I now wish I never went through all that money. I wish I saved some so I could use it now to buy things that I really need and to put some aside for a future apartment for my fiance and I. I could really use that money right now. But I was careless and I learned a very important lesson. Never go through a big chunk of money in two months. You never what you'll need it for in the future. 

xx Courtney  


  1. I did the same thing years ago, and I still regret it a bit, but what can I do? I learned from it (hopefully) and I don't think I will even have that much money at once again for a long time, so I am not too worried about doing it again. XD

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  3. Yikes , it's too sad to hear . Speanding money is easy but earning it? TOO HARD!

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  5. Hi, Courtney. I'm stopping in from "No Rules Weekend Blog Party". You're young. You'll learn a lot of lessons over the years...its a part of life. If you have limited funds, debit/credit cards are not usually the best choice. It gives the false impression that funds are endless. For internet use, we have a prepaid money card. Good, but hard lesson learned...thanks for sharing!
    Ann @ Cairn Cottage (


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