More quitting things: I said goodbye to Netflix.

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Many of the things I do stem from random little ideas that slowly grow larger and larger until I have an entire plan formed in my head and it’s time for action. I haven’t had cable in years and never really cared for it, I grew up without it. (Internet however is a must) Last week, I realized I’ve been paying for a Netflix subscription for nearly two years that I only use sporadically to binge-watch random shows. It’s fun when it’s needed, but wasn’t really warranting the expense. It felt like a waste of time and a waste of money.

I cancelled the subscription and kept the $7.99 monthly payment going towards my house debt, instead of Netflix. Theoretically I should barely notice the change as I haven’t watched more than a few shows on Netflix in months, and my debt will continue to go down. Win-win? I’ll find out over the next few months. I’ll update mid-July to see if this plan is working out for me.

How do you feel about Netflix?

Published by Renée

I write about my life, travel and my financial up and downs on my blog, Nickel By Nickel, while contradicting myself daily. ;)

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