Accepting your weaknesses can free you to build on them -- Tim Wakefield admitted he couldn't throw harder than 70 and became a knuckler, while Sebastian Janikowski realized he couldn't stop drinking and developed a leg so long, nobody would blame him for having no idea where the uprights are. Accepting your spending problems and mitigating them for you: Offermatic.
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drag out the movie for 30 more minutes keep the audience guessing if Samuel L was guilty! Sample ergo savings: $380 in monthly car rental expenditures earning you 50% off or two free days the following month; dropping $80 on vid games over two months snaring a free two-month game rental service trial; and a subscription to the WSJ Online landing you a 6-month trial of the Economist, useful, as nobody at the bus stop will think you're a big deal if you're just reading printouts.
To top it off, every card you register earns $1.25 (via PayPal) per month so long as you charge $1000 on it, though if you're betting that'll improve your overall financial health, your weakness is being Antoine Walker.