It's hard for me to fathom living from paycheck to paycheck -- we've saved and scrimped for a long time, to keep from this happening. But I've also learned from the examples of people who do it regularly. (Here's another example of same.) You might, too.
Especially hard for those who get in this situation because of no insurance and high medical bills. Both Daughters do not have health insurance right now -- a reality that bothers us, but we can do little about. Neither is in school full-time, and that's the only way our insurance will cover them.
But if you can spend less than you earn, reality changes for the better very quickly.
It's a good reminder, when we're being pressured to buy, buy, buy during this holiday season.
In a few days, it will be better. Really.
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