Have you ever been asked the question, ‘If money wasn’t an option, where would you live?’ Yeah I’ve been asked that one too many times. Considering how broke I am it tends to somewhat depress me. Hum If I had unlimited amount of doe what would I do? What would you do?

Paying bills these days is getting more and more stressful. I feel as if my roommates or bank comes to me every week demanding all my hard earned cash from the week. oh? You want it? okay here ya go, just take it. I know something is wrong with me when I get excited I have $2.35 after rent. So I’ll just need to eat can foods for the rest of the week. I can do that. I’m young and lively… right?

Believe it or not, but being poor, in the terms of my Spanish professor, is no bueno. It would be nice to go out and buy myself a $150 pair of in style jeans like my roommate. But oh yeah, I have responsibilities. Not saying they don’t; trust me, I envy their lives (sometimes). But when they come to me on a Tuesday, knowing my payday is Friday, demanding $90 for cable and electricity kind of feels as though I was punched in the stomach. yup >.< here is my card just take it.

Now it may seem that I am complaining about this real-world stuff too much. People may be thinking ‘look, kid this is life, get over it.’ I know its apart of life and I assumed this would happen when I moved to college one day. But I didn’t know it would be so damn hard. PERSEVERE! I tell myself. Yea oh okay.

In the meantime, I’m going to smile at my roommates as she shows me her weekly new wardrobe. Go out on the town and still enjoy my life– fun free activities that is– there is a such thing, ya know. What can I say, being optimistic is how I am.  Pity myself behind close doors and move on with it. I’m not the only one out there who has money problems. It could be worse… ha >.>