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It's not so bad!

Posted by DownNotAut. at December 31, 2011
Tags: 2011 December  Money

I am in agreement, life sucks. Most certainly. People deal with it in different ways, my way is to try to fix it and constantly work at it.
This seems to work, I'd suggest doing this. Mostly it comes down to money.
I have £12 to my name right now. £12 in all the world. This is because my rent's gone out for this month and my student loan isn't due to drop in til the 9th Jan. I'm aware this isn't true debt, but even though I'm a student, if I have no money, I don't eat. It's as simple as that.
^.^ I intend to get a job as soon as someone will hire me. In the meantime there are good deals to be had at closing time in the supermarkets (if you like swede or gone off cake). I have somewhere to sleep at night, and although I can't really afford heating, there's a duvet and blankets in my flat so it's not that bad :) candles are great and very cheap. Heat AND light.

Look on the bright side ^.^ work hard and don't waste money/time on stuff that isn't beneficial to you (like cigarettes, alcohol, betting, drugs etc).
One day I want to be able to afford to have a baby and look after it ^.^
I'm studying nuclear physics, so hopefully being poor is a temporary thing, but the threat of not being able to eat certainly is a good motivation to study!


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