Splurging

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Hi everyone!

I’m late again.  This is becoming a habit. Sorry!  I’m starting to think Wednesdays aren’t a good day to post for me.  I usually end up posting on Thursdays. I wasn’t even that busy the first half of the day.  I just forgot to write it down in my planner.  I should know by now that I won’t accomplish anything unless it’s written down. Anyways,  the real purpose of this post is about me spending more money,  again.

Last night,  probably during my African Zumba class, my financial aid dropped.  So guess what I did this Afternoon! I went grocery shopping! Yay! I’m so happy I have food to eat now because, for the last 2 weeks or so, I have been eating horribly because I could only eat off of my declining balance (a meal plan that uses the financial aid like a debit card). That means I was either at Panda Express,  Subway,  or Pollo Tropical(maybe Wendy’s if I was feeling super bad) for lunch or breakfast.  Of course, I got healthy things of the menu sometimes but,  I really don’t trust some of the ingredients and the food is just over-processed at times.  I don’t care what they advertise, 100% natural or whatever.

I bought lots of vegetables,  both fresh and frozen. Its hard to have fresh vegetables in a tiny refrigerator.  I bought eggs.  Only 5 of them survived the bus trip when the bus driver had to break.  My eggs were sent flying.  I was disappointed but,  I was grateful because I didn’t expect any of the eggs to survive. I got air freshener.  My dorm room has a weird scent and my other air freshener was not cutting it.

All in all,  I have money in the bank and tomorrow is payday! Yay! I still have to buy lab clothes and school supplies.  Boo! Education is much too expensive sometimes.

Thanks for listening to my rant,

Shikaardeta

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Shika Tamaklo is a pharmacy student attending Mercer University. She is a college lifestyle blogger who writes on fitness, health, student life struggles and, occasionally dabbles in creative writing.

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