Easy Come, Easy Go? What? Huh?

Whoever said that is cRaZy!  I mean really, in my case it seems to be Hard Come, Easy go! 

I got down to $2.02 today in my checkbook.  Okay, Okay, I know, my own fault, but OMG this living within ones means is HARD!!!!

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I didn’t do anything horrible, I bought groceries and I did make an unnecessary trip to Trader Joes for pumpkin coffee and pancake mix but I only spent like $20.00 there.

Okay, okay, so Weightwatchers was $42.00.  Now that has to go!  But I need to lose like 8 MORE POUNDS and I will be at goal and then I can be a Lifetime member for free!  The faster I get there the better, but I am losing only half to one pound a week!  It’s gonna take a few months.

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(Spokes person Jessica from Weight Watchers)  I think she feels my pain as far as weight goes but not financially for sure!

Can I get a Hello!  Do you feel me?  It is HARD right?!  I am feeling totally bankrupt today.  Really Bankrupt, physically, mentally and literally financially!

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It’s a good thing I looked at my checkbook today cause I was able to Rob Peter to pay Paul and get out of the sticky mess, but I won’t always be able to do that. 

I MUST keep a closer eye on things before they get down so low.   I obviously suck with money, I means seriously!

I work really hard to have to worry so much about every single dollar, but don’t we all? 

Okay, what a horrible post/rant today.  I am just so scared that I might really mess up this plan before it even gets off the ground.

OMG, and here we go, into Bankruptcy Hell!

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One thought on “Easy Come, Easy Go? What? Huh?

  1. ok, breeeeeeze!! Try to think about three positive things right now. Like
    – $2.02 is better than overdraft
    – you are on the way to make it better
    – you have pancake mix, so have a sweet hot pancake, it makes life better!

    How about you write down EVERYTHING you spend. Yes, that’s tedious. But you probably wrote down everything you ate at a point and now you are losing weight.
    Do that and review it over the weekend. Was that purchase necessary? If it was “pleasure” did you REALLY enjoy it ($10 of fun with your family is valuable, $10 of coffee on the go is not). Should you repeat the purchase next week/soon/anytime?
    If you really want to spend on something can you figure out a way to earn the money before you spend it (sell stuff on ebay, babysit the neighbors, do a taskrabbit assignment…)
    It is slow and painful but it does get better.

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