E35: Things we regret NOT buying
People always talk about buyers remorse, but what about the other side of that coin? In this episode, we run down the list of things we regret NOT buying and if there’s a way to recognize when you’re being CHEAP (vs. frugal) in the moment or if hindsight is truly 20/20 when it comes to financial regrets.
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