I have a tough decision to make

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On a positive note, my check arrived today. I was able to pay some crucial bills, and order Emmett’s birthday present. We wanted to take care of that while we had the money. 

I’m faced with a tough decision, as to how to best utilize the remaining funds. 

There are a couple big issues to deal with. Actually, it’s more like a few issues that need addressed. Unfortunately, there isn’t a way to address all three at this moment in time, and I have to prioritize. 



I realize that this may seem like a no brainer, from the outside looking in, but from where I stand, not so much. 

The first thing that needs to be dealt with is groceries. I have to go grocery shopping, and there are no two ways about that. At the same time, we have to get the A/C repaired. The Internet bill needs paid by Thursday, and we have Emmett’s birthday coming up soon. 

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kimmy gebhardt
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kimmy gebhardt

Question- have you looked into the cost of getting rid of the internet and getting an unlimited data plan for your phone instead? Also, is the paycheck from the writing job you mentioned a couple of months ago? Is there any way to have them do a direct deposit or a wire instead?

kimmy gebhardt
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kimmy gebhardt

Question- have you looked into the cost of getting rid of the internet and getting an unlimited data plan for your phone instead? Also, is the paycheck from the writing job you mentioned a couple of months ago? Is there any way to have them do a direct deposit or a wire instead?

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kimmy gebhardt

I understand but I feel like the obvious question is: why not switch providers?

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kimmy gebhardt

I understand but I feel like the obvious question is: why not switch providers?