Many people think that if someone is rich, their life will be prosperous and they will be able to help others. However, this is not always done by people with abundant wealth.
One story comes from Aimee Elizabeth. He is a billionaire from the United States (US) with assets of US$ 5.3 million or Rp. 80 billion, Mother.
Instead of helping others, Aimee actually acted to make herself “frugal”. Even so, many people think that what he did was not to save money but to be stingy.
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How could it not be, this 52 year old woman shows behavior that makes people shake their heads. In News Corp Australia’s presentation, it is known that Aimee limits the maximum monthly expenditure, which is only US$ 1,000 or around Rp. 15 million, no more.
This figure can actually be said to be very reasonable, Mother. However, apparently Amiee has special rules for carrying out her daily life to reduce expenses each month.
Aimee only wants to shower every morning with warm water for exactly 22 minutes. He doesn’t want to exceed the specified time limit because it could change his monthly electricity bill.
Apart from that, Aimee is also willing to eat cat food to meet her nutritional needs. To the TV channel TLC, Aimee said that canned cat food is cheaper than human food.
In fact, this billionaire is also willing to treat his guests with cat food. As a result, Aimee’s attitude meant that few people wanted to visit her house.
It didn’t stop there, he didn’t want to wash dirty plates and other eating utensils. Aimee just cleans it using a towel or sponge before putting it in the drawer.
This is done to save water costs. He was so stingy that he didn’t want to replace towels or sponges if they weren’t so badly damaged that they rotted and fell to pieces.
Even though Aimee was aware that her attitude shocked and made people quite uncomfortable, she chose not to care.
“It saves money. You don’t understand it, I don’t know how to explain it to you,” he told TLC.
It seems that Aimee’s attitude does not only occur at home, but also at work. What does it do?
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