My spouse is a firm believer in using something until it is completely empty, dead or otherwise incapable of further use. He won’t throw away the toothpaste tube until it has squirted every last drop of toothpaste, nor will he buy a new gallon of milk until he’s drank the last of the jug the people I was with and I have in our fridge. I get it – being thrifty helps you save money, however come on! There’s just some things that the people I was with and I can’t hold out on until we’re in a retirement home. The number a single thing I’m pushing difficult to get upgraded is our new air conditioning unit, as the thing is way too small to keep our home cool plus comfortable! My spouse insists that it works just fine, plus that keeping the home slightly warmer than we’d like is saving us a fortune on our electric bill. That may be the case, however you can’t constantly sacrifice comfort – especially in your own home. When I pressed the subject, my spouse then quipped that he didn’t want to get a new component until the a single the people I was with and I had completely broke down! I explained the bad logic, plus told him that the people I was with and I could have a local HVAC service business buy our new undefined component back, plus use it as credit towards the new unit, and once I explained it in a way that involved saving money, my spouse was all ears! Suddenly he was all for us switching out this old undefined unit, plus getting a single that was at least a two-ton unit. I didn’t even care that he was just putting up a fight in the first locale – I was just ecstatic that the people I was with and I would entirely start working towards getting something strong enough to cool down the house!