21 Things We're Learning to Live Without
We are fortunate to have healthcare, though this year the employee contribution increase will more than eat up the raise my DH got last month.
We also have bundled cable/landline/internet.
Haven't given up our landline either but then we still have important people calling it although most of our older relatives have now passed.
But we are living without decent furniture - at least our seating. And I desperately need a new mattress but we can't afford that either.
we've given up the landline, cable/satellite tv, and have been working on reducing processed foods and cooking more from scratch
still have clutter, clutter and more clutter
happily married since 2003...a blended family with 4 kids, 2 beautiful granddaughters
Sherry<with 3 kids, 2 beautiful granddaughters
We still have a landline,basic cable and internet. I did give up my DVR. that hurt. LOL!
I think that I would let most everything else go before I would lose healthcare/insurance.
Still have the landline, but if we dropped it, we could save $35/month.
Still have directv although we are looking at dropping it and using hulu and netflix- that would save us $60/month!
Still have newspaper but if we dropped it, we could save $15/month.
Still have the clutter though...
We are choosing to go without health insurance, instead we will put the money into a savings account each month.
We have also given up cable. We don't eat out, either.
We still have healthcare...and are paying COBRA rates to keep it right now. (Thank God for the government subsidy though...we're only paying 35% of the rates, and it's still a struggle.)