With the world turned upside down, and everything we used to count on collapsing like failed chocolate breath, I have devised a new monetary system called “chocolate bit-coin”. Easily baked by yourself using our simple “chocolate bit-coin” system, which comes with our top-secret patented recipe, you can now bake your own “chocolate bit-coin” and use it for purchases at remodeling establishments that accept such types of cook to cufrequency All for only $5,000!
Whether you’re walking down the street, past a showroom, or in a “home hub” strolling through the islands, you can’t help but notice the stunning new kitchens on display. You work hard. You’re a good person. If anyone deserves a new kitchen, it’s you! But how could he afford such a luxury? It is easy! Just send us $10,000 for your very own “chocolate bit-coin” baking kit (and proprietary recipe) and pretty soon you’ll have enough “chocolate bit-coin” to pay for anything you want.
Imagine the pleasant sight of standing in your new kitchen, effortlessly preparing a gourmet meal instead of watching from the poor house. Instead of walking on, regretfully abandoning the momentary dream of what you truly deserve, act now. Just send us $15,000 for your personal money machine.
But if you don’t like to take chances and are still inspired by those beautiful displays, there are steps to take that can lead to a new kitchen without sacrificing everything you hold dear. The most important of these steps is to determine a budget you are comfortable with, AND THEN STICK TO IT! Today, there are kitchen solutions that include new or remodeled cabinets, countertops, and appliances to fit almost any budget. The trick is to figure out what your budget really is, and then find which options fit within that figure.
While you are determining your budget, now is a good time to do your homework. Make a list of what you absolutely must have in your future kitchen and another “wish list” of things you’d like, but could really do without if necessary. Browse websites like houzz and pinterest and when you see something that interests you, save it to a folder so you can show it to your designer. It’s always easier and safer to show someone an image rather than try to explain it, leaving less chance of misinterpreting what you had in mind.
Budget in hand, it’s time to visit a kitchen designer who will work with you to create your “Dream Kitchen” at a price you can afford. They will review your ideas and then transform them into a functional design. Don’t be afraid to share your budget with your designer. Whether your proposed spend is $5,000 or $100,000, if the designer doesn’t know, your plan likely won’t meet their expectations and you’ll have wasted your time and theirs.
A creative designer, with whom you have shared your “wish list” and other wishes, should be able to create an affordable, functional and impressive new kitchen, just for you. Unless money is not an object, you may have to compromise here and there, but the end result will be something you can not only afford, but be proud of.
Or, if you’re ready to take the plunge and invest in our $20,000 chocolate bit-con baking kit (oops, that’s bit-coin), just send us $25,000 and you too could be baking your very own chocolate bit-con “. “, the currency of the future.