I can afford to pay what I am currently paying but I would like to start saving more money every month.
So if I saw the closer parking as a necessary evil, I would continue to pay. But if I started to see it as a frivolous waste of money w/o a significant benefit, then I would switch to something cheaper.
Like I am worried about noticeable wear and tear on my shoes, mud-stained backs-of-pants on rainy days, the possibility of losing a shoe by having to wear sneakers for the walk and carrying shoes in my bag, torn clothing from falling in the snow, damage to my handbags from carrying too much crap too far, frequent bad hair days, too much time added to my commute (thank you, Po).
Don't laugh at me...this is how I think.
To make matters worse, another parking garage downtown was condemed last week and will be torn down, displacing 400 parkers. Now the closeby garages have all filled up. So if I leave my current closeby parking garage and decide I don't like the long commute over the bridge, there may not be anywhere available for me to come back to.
And we need a group of 10 to get the $46/month rate. We have maybe 7 ppl ready to sign. So if bail, I could be messing it up for the others.
IDK this is becoming such a hard decision for me.
I think it stems from the yrs of bad hair days and running from the rain (you know, the curly hair syndrome).