Ever get frustrated when some new piece of so-called “upgrade” technology fails you? I’d be willing to bet you don’t dance a jig for joy. I’ve had my run-ins of late. Painful. You think of how much you spent on that new washer, new car, new phone, tablet, or coffee maker.
And you wonder, who the bleep is producing this absolute garbage? Do the manufacturers plan for obsolescence, by inserting little time bombs that explode about a year after the warranty expires? Sure seems that way. I’m here to tell you that in most cases, the best upgrades in life are typically downgrades.
Read the rest of the tale over at one of my favorite blog sites, Four Pillar Freedom. Thanks again, Zach, for the guest post opportunity!
Oh, and before I forget! The following are winners of last week’s book give away of This is the Year I Put My Financial Life in Order. Congratulations to:
- Jane Baskett
- Bernz JP
- Accidental Fire
email me your preferred shipping address to firstname.lastname@example.org, and I’ll get a copy sent to you straight away. Enjoy!