Every morning I stumble out of bed. Our boxer hears my steps and jumps off the couch begging me to let her outside which I do before heading downstairs to take a shower.
And there, looking back at me, is the $3 shower curtain. It’s light brown. Or tan or maybe off-white. Whatever the color, it’s the UGLIEST shower curtain liner I’ve seen.
I’m not sure what I was expecting from a three dollar liner, but it’s a worthless piece of plastic. I’d be better off hanging a large black garbage bag from the plastic hooks. It doesn’t hang straight, include crease marks or cling to the side of the shower worth a darn.
This brings me to a new rule I’m going to follow starting today: Don’t skimp on products I use every day.
I should have have skipped right over that three buck liner at Fred Meyer and settled on the designer model three times its price. Who can put a price on fancy sea shells first thing in the morning?
Do you use any products each day that provide more frustration than value?
Well, other than a phone running Windows Mobile.