Hunneds, Hunneds.

When I play Black Jack, I swap my small chips for larger ones as a control mechanism. I only allow myself to play with, i.e. spend, the small chips, and I walk away with whatever large ones I manage to accumulate. At work, I’ve adopted the same mechanism lately; I swap $20’s for hunneds as I make them, and every hunned I make becomes untouchable, for deposit only. Those annoying shifts where I don’t quite break the next $100 mark, or don’t break it by enough to have adequate spending money, I get a fiddy, which I’m equally unlikely to spend versus deposit.

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One Response to “Hunneds, Hunneds.”

  1. Sex Mahoney Says:

    There’s nothing I like more than a person with a responsible savings policy. To continued fiscal responsibility.

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