I think you can return those to stores without receipts. Sure they only give you store credit but you're bound to find something you like better. I already exchanged two gifts that way. Why keep something you won't use?
I usually wear one ring on my left ring finger, I have two wedding sets and three other rings sized to fit that finger. One ring on my right middle finger, I have several rings sized to fit that finger as well. My family keep asking why I wear those rings on my middle finger instead of ring finger. The truth is I feel more comfortable wearing them on middle finger, but I told them it's because not every ring can be sized down to size 4.
So most of the time I wear two...
Just wondering: do you wear no ring, just a wedding ring, wedding plus engagement ring, maybe right hand rings, pinky rings, mother's rings, family heirloom, thumb rings...etc?
How many rings can you wear before you feel it's tacky?
Update: I had a long talk with grandma and she admitted that she's mostly worried about not having enough money to live on . I gave her a lot of talk about holding onto her money and let brother fix his own problems and she agreed. I also promised to help her financially if needed. She's very happy to hear that. I figured if I don't have to pay for everything she needs any more, I'd be able to save some money to give to her. Currently she does plan to go back to her...
I'm famous for being picky so this year DH gave me Paypal fund to spend on what I like. My parents gave me cash, my grandma gave me cash, and I got a cheque from the in-laws as well. So although my pile of presents looked puny compared to others, I'm rich. I don't even know what to do with those money. I want a pair of boots and that's about it.
I grew up in a classless society - everybody was dirt poor. We were so poor people rarely locked their doors because nobody had anything of value. If somebody ate instant noodles they were considered fancy. My parents became upper middle class later after I left home. DH's parents are middle class and we're middle class right now.
It's a bit hard to do if you don't use cash, though. I only have cash in my wallet occasionally. The amount this guy saved means over $5 in loose change everyday. If he's in US and that's all quarters that's like 21 quarters a day. How much shopping does he need to do to get that much loose change? My dad never use coins so my mom "harvest" them when doing laundry. She only gets a couple dollars each week on average in loose change.