I vividly remember a story about a good friend of my grandmothers on a shopping trip when she purchased a pair of shoes for an incredible bargain - but they weren't her size! She bought them simply because the deal was "too good to pass up."
In direct contrast, I love this post by Janice from The Vivienne Files: "It's Not In My Plan".
Is it greed to snatch something up that doesn't work and we'll never use simply because the deal is too good to leave behind? Maybe we need to stop and think, "I don't need this, so I'll leave it to be a blessing to someone else."
Do good buys catch you in their trap of being too good to pass up or do you find it easy to leave them behind if they won't work for you?