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Am I the fucking only one here that lives from paycheck to paycheck in the middle of Europe even tho I earn not bad....

I hate money...

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  • 18
    I take donations if you hate it.
  • 7
    I’ve been living alone since I’m a student because of family issues and lived the exact way. Today I have a decent pay but I’m still paying my debts and am almost done, but sometimes it’s rough indeed!
    Keep the motivation you’ll be set at some point :)
  • 4
    This is sweet, come to Slovakia :D
  • 3
    Same here.. still paying school debts 😵
  • 0
    Banks are the most useless thing on earth, we wouldn't need them at all...
  • 12
    "Oh wow my bank account seems to have ended up with €100 more than last month, better buy a new computer monitor for €300. I have to restore that feeling of constant vague nagging fear after all!"
  • 3
    Money is not about how much you earn, but how much you spend.

    When we have high bills (my case with my rent and my daughter), a good salary is just the minimum to survive.
  • 2
    @iNCEPTiON Banks are actually not useless. They are just modern loan sharks under governments jurasdiction. It favors to the people who knows how to handle money and leeches from people who does not. Just like we developers earn money just because a good amount people are super bad with computers.

    People think they own money they took from loans and credit card, and this is where problem starts. You are just "borrowing" someone elses money to pay them back.
  • 1
    I am very rich. That's all.
  • 3
    If your income is good, then the reason you're living paycheck to paycheck is probably because you're not organized with your finances. Set up a budget. Track your expenses. Everything you earn gets a job, whether it's bills, savings, debt, spending money, groceries, or whatever.
  • 4
    You don't hate money.
    You hate your inability to manage it well.
  • 0
    @bahua yeah you are absolutely right and I'm trying to learn since I started working ages ago... :)
  • 0
    @iNCEPTiON

    It's never too late. I didn't have a budget until I was 32.
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