I eat my money. (Image: Prawny on Pixabay)

Self-Celebrations: Learning to Spend

I need to acknowledge my relationship with money. This year, I have spent a LOT more than in previous years — and practically all on food.

I eat most of my income.

Some might say this is frivolous and that I should invest more, but investing hasn’t been possible for me for a long time, and if I keep NOT spending on food, I am doing damage; I’ve learned in the past year that…

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