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When you see your donations pool and see how many points you could've had if you hadn't of spent any and you cry.

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identityless Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2017
hmmm ...

Excuse the pun - what would be the point of having points if you never spent them. :?
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Shadow--Force Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Well I mean it in the sense of, if I would've saved them, then I would've had enough points to do something bigger, but since I have a problem of spending them and or giving them to people who need them, I usually don't end up having any more than 200 points at once.
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identityless Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2017
I see; you find it hard to save up points. 

I hope that when you start working, you will find it easier with money than with points. ;)
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Shadow--Force Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
I'm actually a lot better with money than I am points. With money I can be a bit of a tightwad. XD
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identityless Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2017
That's good! To buy a home, it is necessary to save up equity to get a mortgage.
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Shadow--Force Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Actually I plan on going cheap on a home. That way I can just pay it off all at once instead of having to worry about payments. I know that's kind of a long shot and it will take many years of saving. And the only way I may be able to do it is to go with a mobile home. And yes I'm aware that mobile homes lose their value rather than going up in value. But I'm kind of a bit set in my ways. Once I get a home it's very likely that I may not move for a very long time or even at all.
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identityless Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2017
I see. I once knew a guy who determined to do what you plan, but he was going to buy a normal single family home. He lived very frugally, like baking his own bread and freezing it. And like you, he was determined to buy without a mortgage, and understood that he would have to save for many years to do so. Also, his idea was to buy far enough out from the center that he would pay very little for the land. In Norway the land costs of houses are very high in central locations. 

He moved elsewhere, so I don't know how his plan worked out. 
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Shadow--Force Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
I don't know either, but personally I don't mind living remotely or out of town really, cause I like it where it's more peaceful and quiet.
Anyway well I hope the man that did that ended doing well for himself.
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