Hi Jaime. This is a big social dilemma. It's been weighing on my mind for days. Help me out. Keep in mind that with the holidays coming, I could really use extra money. Okay this is what happened. I was at the grocery store Sunday night. I bought yogurt, a dozen eggs, and water. I gave the cashier 20 bucks and received over 30 bucks in change. I didn't realize this until I was home. Do I take it back or do I just say woo hoo and be happy? I know the correct thing to do and say to you is that I took it back and I'm a good person but sometimes you just got to be bad. You always say your show is a non judgement zone. So, what do I do? Thanks Jaime. - Baker
Well, it is a no judgement zone here. And it sounds like it was an honest mistake. For me, I couldn't take the guilt of keeping it. I worked as a cashier once, and I know that they blame you when your drawer is short. I'm sure it's different now than it was 25 years ago, but still, I couldn't take worrying about the person who made the mistake. What do you think? What's your advice for Baker?