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This Year Has to Get Better

January 12th, 2018 at 05:20 pm

Annoyed as all get out.

My boss has not said one word to me about my salary, I was suppose to know something last week.

I finally received the Sprint check for the full refund, they did not charge a restock fee but it's written to my middle name. Hopefully the bank will cash it. I can throw this money in my EF and that will put me back at the $1,000.

Today was payday, and I was planning on paying off CC3 but since the whole break thing, I couldn't, so I'm bummed about that.

I realize today that the woman never called me back about the plot, so it's on my to do list.

So that's it in a nutshell, hopefully things will start to look up.

4 Responses to “This Year Has to Get Better”

  1. Bluebird Says:

    Just endorse the check with your full name, it shouldn't be a problem. I'm sure the first few weeks of the new year are crazy at your company, so try to be patient. It seems your boss is going to bat for you. You're doing a great job!

  2. DW Says:

    Just stay focus on your goals, and you will see progress.

  3. Out of the Dark Says:

    Amber, we write our own story. There are typo's along the way that we have to erase and re-type, but we are the authors. Be sure your story is true and never stop writing.

  4. rob62521 Says:

    Out of the Dark, what a lovely way to put it!

    I agree with Bluebird on the check. If you write for deposit only as well it shouldn't be an issue.

    A big part of life is planning and then as the commercial points out with GPS "recalculating." I'm sure you didn't get in debt overnight and chances are you won't get out of debt in just a matter of days. It takes time and sometimes struggles. But, that is part of the learning process. One of my friends who is notoriously bad with money said she went to the store to buy something and then counted how many hours it would take her to honestly purchase it and decided it wasn't worth it. A baby step, but still a step in the right direction.

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