HAYLEE AND BABY- PART #4

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Post by sssabrina » Mon Mar 11, 2019 8:42 am

Why is she tweeting pictures of the kinds of weddings she likes when she hasn't even filed for divorce from her first husband yet...
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Post by nineteenninety3 » Tue Mar 12, 2019 11:56 am

sssabrina wrote:Why is she tweeting pictures of the kinds of weddings she likes when she hasn't even filed for divorce from her first husband yet...
She's gone from "I'm probably never getting married again" to "for my next wedding" but were meant to believe there's no man in her life. Yeah ok sis.

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Post by HeyKatie » Tue Mar 12, 2019 2:46 pm

Anyone watch the new envelope video?


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Post by honeybear » Tue Mar 12, 2019 4:01 pm

her new video really shows how bad she is with money.

if she had any money leftover in the envelopes at the end of the month, that should immediately go towards debt, no questions asked.
but she’s humming and hawing about keeping all this extra money to buy clothes for hazel. sure clothes are important but i’m sure she already has some old stuff she can wear. is it a NECESSITY to buy an entire new wardrobe? i’m going to go with no, and this is the exact reason she’s drowning in debt.


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Post by honeybear » Tue Mar 12, 2019 4:07 pm

sorry for the double post but she also wants to keep the extra money to do fun stuff over spring break which i understand BUT! paying off debt should always be an important part of your life. there’s a ton of fun, and also free, things she could do with hazel. not everything has to cost money.

sad. she needs some guidance.


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Post by jellybean » Tue Mar 12, 2019 4:12 pm

She really said “don’t make me feel isolated” to her followers when asking them to talk to her on instagram because her video comments are turned off. First of all she can easily turn the comments back on herself but chooses not to, and the way she said it just felt like a manipulative guy going “don’t make me sad :(“ because a girl didn’t want to reply to him.
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Post by Lolislol26 » Wed Mar 13, 2019 6:52 am

I didn’t watch her video but based on the feedback here I think this is fair to say.

The reason people go into debt/ don’t have money for emergency’s is because they spend every dollar they have. Just because you got paid 500$ one week doesn’t not mean you need to spend 500$. Pay the bills you have, set aside savings and the visit needs/want later. You’d be surprised how much money you actually NEED vs what you make. That’s why a lot of youtubers (and normal, everyday people) live paycheck to paycheck. The problem I have to the cash system is that it encourages you to spend everything vs what you actually need.
Every week I put 15% of mine/my husbands check into our savings. We have a calendar marked with all of our bill due dates with the amount, most of our bills are on auto pay so we don’t have much to worry about when it comes to due dates.
Whatever we don’t spend just sits in our account. When our vacuum caught on fire we were able to buy a new one without going into savings or worrying about if we had enough for bills because we don’t spend everything we make. Spend what you need to spend on bills and necessities; the fun stuff can still happen, just not every week.


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Post by honeybear » Wed Mar 13, 2019 12:53 pm

Lolislol26 wrote:I didn’t watch her video but based on the feedback here I think this is fair to say.

The reason people go into debt/ don’t have money for emergency’s is because they spend every dollar they have. Just because you got paid 500$ one week doesn’t not mean you need to spend 500$. Pay the bills you have, set aside savings and the visit needs/want later. You’d be surprised how much money you actually NEED vs what you make. That’s why a lot of youtubers (and normal, everyday people) live paycheck to paycheck. The problem I have to the cash system is that it encourages you to spend everything vs what you actually need.
Every week I put 15% of mine/my husbands check into our savings. We have a calendar marked with all of our bill due dates with the amount, most of our bills are on auto pay so we don’t have much to worry about when it comes to due dates.
Whatever we don’t spend just sits in our account. When our vacuum caught on fire we were able to buy a new one without going into savings or worrying about if we had enough for bills because we don’t spend everything we make. Spend what you need to spend on bills and necessities; the fun stuff can still happen, just not every week.


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yep! not to go into my own personal financial situation but i was able to fund an entire $6,000 vacation purely out of my leftover money (after already putting a large chunk into savings) without even having to touch my savings.

it feels so good to have a control of your money.


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Post by Lolislol26 » Wed Mar 13, 2019 1:14 pm

honeybear wrote:
Lolislol26 wrote:I didn’t watch her video but based on the feedback here I think this is fair to say.

The reason people go into debt/ don’t have money for emergency’s is because they spend every dollar they have. Just because you got paid 500$ one week doesn’t not mean you need to spend 500$. Pay the bills you have, set aside savings and the visit needs/want later. You’d be surprised how much money you actually NEED vs what you make. That’s why a lot of youtubers (and normal, everyday people) live paycheck to paycheck. The problem I have to the cash system is that it encourages you to spend everything vs what you actually need.
Every week I put 15% of mine/my husbands check into our savings. We have a calendar marked with all of our bill due dates with the amount, most of our bills are on auto pay so we don’t have much to worry about when it comes to due dates.
Whatever we don’t spend just sits in our account. When our vacuum caught on fire we were able to buy a new one without going into savings or worrying about if we had enough for bills because we don’t spend everything we make. Spend what you need to spend on bills and necessities; the fun stuff can still happen, just not every week.


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yep! not to go into my own personal financial situation but i was able to fund an entire $6,000 vacation purely out of my leftover money (after already putting a large chunk into savings) without even having to touch my savings.

it feels so good to have a control of your money.


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I totally get you! My sister in law uses the cash system and has an envelope for clothes for my niece, toys for my niece, and clothes for herself but doesn’t have an envelope for something like “surprise we have pink and have to go to the doctor” my husband and I lent her the money for copays and the medication. It was only about 25$ but still. Don’t spend every dollar you have and you won’t have to worry about things coming up. Another big one for us is we use more gas in the winter because it’s significantly colder. Usually I only need to fill up every two weeks but now that it’s really cold I’ve been filling up every 10-12 days, I didn’t “budget” so to speak for that but I don’t need to worry about it because I have the extra funds.
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