Lemme tell you… budgeting is not fun. I’m going to go ahead and say it… budgeting sucks.
No one likes it, and if you do you’re a bad cyborg from another bad planet and you’re crazy. #justsayin
We budget. And it’s not fun. There are many growing pains, and shrinking pains that come with the budget, but it’s doing it’s job. We’re paying off debt, saving money, and everything gets paid on time. Not that that was ever our issue, thank God, but still. Be thankful for the little things, right?
I’m struggling so hard right now with my desire to go buy approximately $50,000 worth of Pottery Barn furniture, do my house from top to bottom, then just move on with it. Jake says no, and that it’s a bad financial decision to do that. I say satisfaction is worth it.
Just kidding. I really am kidding on this one. I think. I mean, I know it’s a bad decision, but somehow in my head it would be so lovely. Maybe I could get a part time job at Pottery Barn and I could live there in the store and it would make me feel like my house was Pottery Barn.
SOMEONE HELP ME! POTTERY BARN HAS STOLEN MY WILL TO SAVE!