Penny Experiment

Each time that I sit down to write an article, I never really know how it will turn out or whether it will be published. That sense of unknowing always takes me back to junior high school when I was always convinced that my papers just wouldn’t measure up to expectation. So far, I have been fortunate and almost every article I submitted here has been accepted (with the sole exception being an article I wrote about sex and money which, as Jeffrey explained it to me, was just too boring — a comment that troubled me for about six months after he shared it with me!)

As I write the column that I hope you are now reading, I hope that I have not found a second topic that Jeffrey will

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2 Responses to Penny Experiment

  1. Christine says:

    I live in South Florida, and each year in June I stock up on canned food and items for hurricane supplies. Hurricane season ends the first week of November so I have started a tradition of donating any hurricane food items I have not used (thankfully – meaning no major hurricanes!) to a local foodbank at the end of season, since it falls just before Thanksgiving and Christmas.

  2. Gail says:

    I was so impressed with his $1 a day articles that I put what I could into effect. I never before realized what great deals I could get at CVS! I have saved lots of money and gotten lots of Extra Bucks. What does this have to do with the Penny Experiment and helping others eat you may ask? Keeping my food and necessities affordable keeps us from needing to use the food bank. I’m on disablity and between my husband with no health insurance and my Medicare supplements and copays, etc. we fork over about $7-8K a year on health care which is about 1/4 of our income depending on the year. Sometimes the best thing you can do for others is take care of yourself and not be a burden.

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