I don’t think problem solving means throwing cash at problems. If anything, I’ll throw our life away to hold onto a few dollars instead. I will honestly go out of our way to do anything possible to stay on the financial up and up after having spent so much time struggling with paying bills. Clearly, this being said, I could be considered a cheapskate. Periodically it’s vital to shell out cash when needed, although I get harshly resourceful when I have a sizable expense. Too bad, it doesn’t regularly result as expected. I have hired some harshly unqualified people for repairs to our household equipment in the past… and I have made a mistake every time. The worst example was the occasion when I didn’t want to hire an luxurious heating, cooling, and air quality control worker last August. Heating, Ventilation, and A/C companies cost a ton of cash for even routine services or diagnostic inspections. So, I attempted to go around the air quality control specialist shop by hiring a handyman directly online. This man pulled a fast 1 on me with their Heating, Ventilation, and A/C exaggeration. I thought they knew what they were doing, when in reality they had zero expertise in heating, ventilation, and A/C repair. In fact, I didn’t find out until later that they were not at all considered heating and cooling workers. They were only a broke guy with rather limited Heating, Ventilation, and A/C knowledge. Of course, after he left I had a lot of challenges to overcome. The idiot broke our AC device in a way that boggled all minds. Especially that of the real Heating, Ventilation, and A/C tech I embarrassedly called in to fix the disfigures.