. When I left from college and decided to move to the big apple, I knew that cash was going to be tight. I managed to lease an apartment for much lower than I had expected but I still knew I needed money for bills and other necessary items. I have a satisfactory job but it doesn't pay enough money to support me with much disposable income. So I needed to ascertain ways to cut corners anyway conceivable.
. I started to visit flee markets to find any miscellaneous items for decorating my pad. I also searched through clearance bins and collected as many coupons as I could for department stores. I was quickly discovery things that are my style and saving tons of money.
. Another important part of my living place is amusement. I am not big on going out to party, but I am big on watching television. I knew I had to invest in a good TV if I invested in anything. I was even prepared to eat Raman Noodles every night for a month so I could save up enough money for an HDTV. I am not a typical early 20 year old who just places everything I can't afford on a credit card.
Instead, I will make sacrifices so I can pay for what I need with cash. . After I saved enough money, I called the satellite co.
to see how more per month I would have to pay to have HD service. The cable company said that it would be virtually $15 more a month. I budgeted it into my financial situation and left the apartment to get my first HDTV. .
When I arrived at the electronics store, all of the HDTVs overwhelmed me. I knew I didn't want a huge tv but I wanted one that was big enough. While I was browsing, I couldn't believe the HD pictures on the televisions. They were so crisp and I could hardly wait to get it in my apartment so I could watch my most favorite shows in HD. .
I settled on a 37 inch because it seemed to be big enough for my bedroom. It looks fantastic against my back wall. I was even able to organise my furnishings perfectly around it so when all my buddies come to visit everyone can see what I have on. I am even planning a party for all of my buddies at work. The important feature will be some great pizza and a movie on my wonderful brand new HD television.
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