Life's curve balls.

Saturday, March 03, 2012

So I was lucky enough to have a bit of money left over from my last couple paychecks. And I have to say I was very good with not spending it all on fast food like I normally do! Which is a major plus. I swear, when I was younger I never spent my money. If I got birthday money or any kind of money I held on to it for forever. Of course now I can't really safe very much of it since I insisted on growing up and living on my own. Which I love and when it comes to that stuff we are fine.

But for my "get skinny/healthy" journey I finally have been doing good with the foods I eat. I buy fresh fruit and take salad bowls to work. But the problem with eating healthy is it's hard to "stock up" on, which I am a fan of stocking up on anything and everything. But with eating healthy includes eating more fresh things and things that go bad fast. So I have to buy little bits at a time. So finally having money left over and not wasting it finally gave me the opportunity to be able to go to the store and get more strawberries or anything that I need for the week.

Unfortunatly with February being a short month comes a short pay period. Which means a smaller check.... Just enough to get my bills paid. But it doesn't leave much room for trips to the store... I hate to complain. My bills are paid, I know people have it much worse! It is just sucky that I finally got into a good routine and mixed in good healthy food choices and now once I run out it could be another 2 weeks before I have a chance to hit up the store.

So, we'll see how this goes.
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    At least there is only one February a year!
    2236 days ago
    aw girl. I am sorry, I know how hard and expensive eating healthy is. Keep your head up though. If you need anything just let me know. You can always ask me for favors if you need ok :) love you girl!
    2238 days ago
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