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17 Struggles People Who Are Bad With Money Will Understand

Money grows on trees, right?

1. Seeing something you want on payday and not even thinking about the consequences.

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2. “Fuck it” is an excuse you use far too often.

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3. You think buying lots of things in the sale is being fiscally responsible.

“Well it says it used to be this price so I’m actually saving quite a lot.”

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4. You judge how much you’re spending by how many drinks you could buy for that amount.

“Well that’s only 2 vodka mixers!”

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5. Realising how many hours you’ll need to work to pay for your habits has the following reaction…

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6. You always insist on buying a round at the bar even though you can’t afford it.

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7. You both hate and envy people with a better grasp on their finances. 

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8. You have a Love/hate relationship with standing orders. They’re convenient and keep the things you love but destroy your bank account.

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9. You lose it in supermarkets and buy all the things on offer – even if you don’t really need them. 

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10. Online shopping is your greatest downfall.

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11. Budgeting is an alien concept you can’t get your head around.

“What’s the point in having money if you don’t spend it?”

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12. You manage to rationalise even the most irrational purchases. 

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13. You always buy lunch instead of preparing your own. 

And then you wonder where all your money is going.

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14. You spend two thirds of your wages in the first week. Every month.

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15. Birthdays always take you by surprise and leave you suffering for your earlier shopping sprees.

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16. Having to maintain a healthy and steady relationship with your parents so you can fall back on them.

Which you do all too often.

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17. It takes a lot of courage to check your bank account. 

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The struggle is real.

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