how do u get nearly $80k from that ??
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30-08-2013 22:03 #91
30-08-2013 22:07 #92
Yer I try budget and try make sure the never ending bills are paid & great flu that I receive FTB. N just feels like we are going nowhere fast it's extremely frustrating.
It's crap that the cost of living keeps going up n wages don't. DP is working over time tomorrow so we can have more $ to put towards rego next week but its the yay payday n then broke the next living week to week sucks so much.
30-08-2013 22:11 #93
30-08-2013 22:17 #94
Would love to be able to get a job & afford childcare. But I have no license & DP works stupid shifts no family or friends to help out with kids. It's not always that easy. It may seem like a " reasonable amount" but I assure you after bills are paid & groceries fuel etc we are left with nothing or very close to nothing living week to week is very hard & those who don't have to rely on government payments have it very lucky.
Do u know how worthless it makes u feel when u need the $ from Centrelink to feed yourself & kids. Or to ensure your electricity is paid cause you've received final demand n disconnection notices. Or to run out of gas & not have the $ for another cylinder or to not be able to give your kids the $10 for the book they would like.
It's $hit ill tell you that much
I have worked at one point I was working 3 jobs &DP was working away on a station & it was hard but I managed with the help of housemate who I was living with & was a very small town where I could walk everywhere so not having my license wasn't as bad as it is here. I have no licenses no family or friends to turn to for support. Daycare is $58 a day before CCR & CCB and to work I need school hours cause then I'd also need before & after school care or hours that worked around my partners ever changing shifts.
It's not as easy as get a job especially when there is no work here
30-08-2013 22:19 #95
30-08-2013 22:37 #96
30-08-2013 22:53 #97
I think I understand where you are coming from OP. Even though your husband may earn alot compared to other families, it still may only just cover the mortgage, loans, cars, groceries and basics, etc.
Everyone's situation is different and just because one person earns more, doesnt mean its any easier for them to pay their bills or support their family and doesnt mean they cant vent about it. !!
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