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Productive Day at Work

October 25th, 2012 at 01:17 pm

I have had a very good day at work. I cleaned out my in basket. I did some billing. Sorted the mail. I have been a busy beaver. I also got rid of all the boxes in my office. No one told me we were out of trash bags and apparently we are! So I emptied my trash and have nothing to put in my can! URGGGG!

I picked up DD about an hour ago. We are heading to Tumbling.

We splurged and got sandwiches for lunch today. So it isn't a NSD.

4 Responses to “Productive Day at Work”

  1. Maggie Says:

    Four days ago (21st) you lamented on how much you have spent this month on eating out ... $173.00. "I had no idea it was that much" .... and now again today your "splurged" and treated yourself to eating out.

    This is a pattern that repeats itself month after month ... year after year actually, if you read through your entire blog. "I had no idea how much I spent" followed by "I can't seem to keep my head above water".

    How do you expect your readers to have sympathy for you when you truly have made no attempt to change, and that is evidenced by the same pattern repeating itself for YEARS. "I feel bad about it" ... empty words. Actions always speak louder than words.

    Am I overreacting over one day's worth of eating out on sandwiches? For one day, absolutely. But the same pattern repeating itself over the years, with you saying "I had no idea" ... your readers have been generous with their supportive words and encouragement and ideas on how to help you with your finances, and it all seems to be for naught.

  2. Joanne Says:

    In my opinion the above post was pretty negative. I think this is a blog where people can write about real life. In saying that No. Georgia's "readeres", have been patient w/ her for years, is a bit much. No. georgia isn"t writinng a finance column. She is revealing her pesonal life here. IMOP, {for what it is worth}, I think the fact that she keeps trying is what is important. And, she has made progress. Just being conscious of ourselves, and our actions is positive. ZNO . Georgia, I myself enjoy your blog.It"s so real... Keep moving forward... Pls. exsuse my typos...

  3. creditcardfree Says:

    Maggie has a point, but I much more strongly agree with Joanne in her backing up your right to post your life as it is. I'm always cheering for you NGG!

  4. North Georgia Gal Says:

    Maggie...you are correct on so many levels. I have an impulse control problem when it comes to eating out. It is like an addiction. I am working on it with my therapist and hope to make progress. Not only is it sabotaging my finances but it is ruining my diet.

    I don't ask for sympathy on this site. I come here to honestly report things that are happening in my life. I know that by being honest some people have lost faith in me, like you. But I refuse to lie about what I am doing and the struggles that I face.

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