I feel the same way about food.
Antoinette Malcolm

I am the exact same way. I started to dig myself out (slowly), because I had an aggressive debt repayment schedule on an extremely low income right out of undergrad by learning how to cook the things I was craving. As I got better at cooking, avoiding takeout and restaurants and fancier brands of pre-made food was much easier.

However, even now if anything isn’t going well or just right in any aspect of my life, I fall right back to my old ways, blowing all my money on pricey food, cheap food, drugstore snacks, you name it, until my budget is blown to pieces.

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