How can I ease my financial problems to relax and have fun?

i make horrible money at my job right now, i have a house, a car, insurance and bills to pay plus credit card debt. Plus i pay for groceries and laundry. I never ever ever have any money left over, if i do it's usually only about $5. I'd love to be able to go thrifting with my friend once and a while, that's one of my favorite things to do. How can i ease my problems? how can I relax and possibly go out to have a good time?

Asked By: sonyakindofgirl - 3/15/2008
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When you're too broke to go thrift-store shopping, you can still pick up items through Freecycle (as long as you have the money for gas, and the person posting the offer picks you as the recipient of whatever they are giving away... More
Answered By: Rella - 3/15/2008
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while u work, look for another job wid better pay. get some experience. also do a online qualification, which will make ur job prospects better and in long term career wid more pay... More
Answered By: zhang - 3/15/2008
First nothing will happen over night. Several suggestions would be find better job(obvious), room mate to share bills, cut up credit card (us debit card), shop different insurance Co. There are many ways to save money. I could give you some more answers but would need more info. E-mail me.
Answered By: william r - 3/15/2008
Ideas for easing financial problems... More
Answered By: missgmc - 3/15/2008
If you don't make good money, you have to spend less time about thinking of ways to spend it (thrifting with friends) and more time thinking of ways to make more or save more. Can you get a better job? Should you go back to school to make more. Should you get a second job? Can you cut back on any other expenses? Bottom... More
Answered By: David M - 3/15/2008
Hi, Apart from robbing a bank or trashing old ladies for pension books it is important for you to make some serious decisions. I know of a good site where it will provide you with info to help ease you're financial burden. Thanks
Answered By: hawks1690 - 3/15/2008
Plan out your year, month and week. Make adjustments accordingly. Make plans to increase your skills (to get a promotion or better job). In one word: PLAN. I swear...... It's really that simple (not easy... but simple). Be realistic about you expenses. Be proactive. And..... PLAN.
Answered By: Common Sense - 3/15/2008
I don't know what your interests are but you could make some extra money by becoming a jewelry consultant. I have a home based business with Latasia jewelry and I love it! Latasia is a fantastic, small, (but growing!) family owned company that has been around for over 15 years, and is a member of the DSA. The jewelry... More
Answered By: evilqueenkimmie - 3/15/2008
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