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this is a hard question. i would have to say time because you can earn money back, but you cant earn time back.
Saving money! I’ve got plenty of time.
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Saving time. Money is just a piece of paper which we have attached importance to. By saving time I can spend that time doing things which make me happy/make my life fulfilling.
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I prefer to save money in a timely fashion.
I would like saving time to be more satisfying. But in actuality it is saving money that satisfies me.
It depends on the situation.
As long as time isn’t an issue, saving money is a great option. When I’m looking for vacations, major purchases. However, I will pay extra to have something done quickly (and correctly). Many times I will pay an auto shop to do something I could do, because it takes them an hour, where it would take me a day.
time, because it is so precious to me, but also, when i save money, i am able to treat myself and friends with the time i’ve saved.
I’d like to be all philosophical and say time…but when it comes down to it, I always focus more on saving money.
Save time. When it comes down to it at the end of the day, money isn’t really worth anything. It is paper with a number printed on it, it won’t last forever. Time you can’t get back, time with your family or your friends. That is what you’re going to remember when it’s your time to go, not how much money is in your bank account.
for me time, because you can’t go back anymore…but money its just a part of your time that make it important.
i agree with richard – ‘It depends on the situation.
As long as time isn’t an issue, saving money is a great option. When I’m looking for vacations, major purchases. However, I will pay extra to have something done quickly (and correctly).’
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