In many ways, it’s much more expensive to commute by public transportation (you too Uber/Lyft) vs car.
99.999% of the time I’m extremely positive, but I do throw down from time to time on certain things. So here’s what: single serving days, the waiting in unprepared blizzards of wrath, and everything to come along with? Minding all the nagging guidelines on being well behaved to those around you and upstanding as possible can be as essential and critical as hunting boar with machete and no shoes on out ‘dare. Here’s a Twinkie, there’s a bottle of Yoo-Hoo, and how many bags of chips can I hold at once or jam in a book-bag...on and on and on… you call this routine fun? For some people it is undoubtedly, otherwise they wouldn’t be doing it.
The difference in cost is staggering if you’ve experienced both. Been or feeling a little entombed in that arena?
Who hasn’t right?
After it’s died down in the evening, work a comparative monthly budget and see what’s what before your eyes and make adjustments where necessary. This should put you on course for legally getting back behind the wheel of a car one day and really start to save money, cause I want the candy bar just as much as the next guy. The free apps are there. USE THEM!! Let that be your motivation to take your life to the next level. Me, I’ve always been known to stockpile the staples of life whenever possible; the fresh, canned, or indifferent - but this doesn’t mean you have to, depending on your work/life balance. Break bread homes