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Vessels of change

At the end of the day, I usually find some change in my pockets. The first thing I do when I come home is to separate the quarters from the rest.

After several months, these glasses become full of loose change and it’s time for the next step. The pennies, nickels, and dimes go to the CoinStar machine (if your bank processes change, that’s even better). I pay 9 cents/dollar to process at the CoinStar machine. I don’t like it, but I find it better than rolling all that change. Since the quarters are where the real accumulation occurs I’ll take the time to roll the quarters myself.

This time I was just under $30. It’ll be a little while before I go to the bank, but for now I’ll just keep collecting and rolling those quarters. With the stock market doing poorly, it’ll mean that I’ll be able to buy more when the time comes to invest my next round of funding.

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