I would like to take this moment to confess that I am old fashioned.
Now, I am not old fashioned in EVERYTHING...just in a few.
I like technology. I am willing to use technology. For some things, I embrace technology.
But today I sat down and paid bills - the old fashioned way. I took the bill, wrote out the check, marked it off on the sheet where I keep track of bills, put on the stamp, put on the return address label, and made a stack of said bills to drop off at the post office.
Now I realize that there are quicker and more electronically-savvy ways to do this task, but there is just something...tactile about paying bills with my hand and tongue and checkbook rather than with a mouse and keyboard. That way it feels like sending an email. My way I feel like I am *doing* something. Like my hands are actually doing it.
Yes, I pay some bills online. But it feels weird that way, and I much prefer the old-fashioned way.
I'm going to make it a point this summer to see where else I am old-fashioned, because I feel that I have equal parts "old-fashioned" and "forward-thinking".