You’ve just bought a new book.

It’s a classic, with a new cover and a new publisher.

The price is just $1.99.

What did you expect?

This is the type of book where you feel guilty.

What do you do about it?

You look for the best answer online, and start the self-help search for yourself.

For example, you might think to yourself: “Well, what can I do about this?

What can I change about this?”

You look at the reviews, and you see some things that are helpful, and some things you feel like are useless.

These are not the real problems with the book.

There are plenty of things in the book, and I’ll leave the review to you to decide if they are useful.

In the meantime, you have no control over how much you spend.

You don’t know the details of the book or what kind of content is in it.

You have no power to tell whether the book is worth it.

Your best guess is that you’ve spent about $5 on this book.

Now, you are probably not going to spend more than $5 or $6 on this particular book.

You could even be thinking: “I have $1,000, I’m happy with it.

I don’t want to spend another $1 or $2.”

That’s okay.

You might be spending $1 in the wrong direction.

You’re going to have to make some tough choices.

There’s no shortcut.

But here are some things to keep in mind when you think about spending: You don