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Well i offically dont have a cent to my name until Friday and i have the bank screaming atme for money and i have foxtel screaming at me and i have the insurance company scream i have no food what so ever in the house im going to break down mood
Oh - not good...maybe you need to disconnect foxtel? Or are you on a contract? Do you have family that could help out?
[QUOTE=Cheekychops;699027maybe you need to disconnect foxtel? Or are you on a contract? :hugs:[/QUOTE]
I was thinking that too. :o At least its only a week to wait. :hugs:
Oh no Shorty :( , that sounds terrible.
What are you going to do?? What can you do??
Did you have a big unexpected bill come in?
How would you go in this situation with a baby to look after as well??
Maybe you need some long term budgeting and savings help to avoid this situation again.
We had a big month this month with birthdays and an big doctor bill and it doesn heklp i get paid every month so i have to stretch to make 4 weeks pay for 5 weeks.
Its not easy but we will be right i just wanted to have a whinge and get it off my chest.
Try an online savings account like ING Direct and have small amounts automatically put away there for birthday pressies and Christmas, car rego and insurance. I couldn't cope without that cash just sitting there, slowly adding up, without me really noticing!
It's expecially important if you're going long distances between pays.
Austar is a rip-off and a luxury that most people in this country don't have anyway. Consider disconnecting, really, as long as there are no huge cancellation fees.
I only suggest these things because it gets so much harder with a baby and if you make changes now, you'll be used to them before your long-awaiting bundle comes along. Many just have to live simpler when they start a family- but then find that they are happier doing so anyway!
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