Bills, bills

so i just payed all of my bills. this is when i hate adulting.
my money comes through to the bank on thursday mornings. i had to pay the electric bill, gas bill, bins, and phone bill.
i didnt pay them all fully, just payed something off of each of them.
hate having all of that responsibility though. it just feels like a lot.
and so much money goes on bills. anyone else think bills are super high? my phone bill is over 100 euro! i know i have the internet and my mobile phone along with my landline and a tv package though so thats why.
anyway, just hate adulting, it brings it home that I’m actually an adult running a home and with responsibilities and how I have to pay these bills because if I dont it wont be good.

Author: Carol Anne

I am a woman in my mid 30's. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

16 thoughts on “Bills, bills”

  1. as for now, I am in very lucky situation as I have my own money I can save or use as I want to buy some things I’d like, and live with my family and don’t have to be responsible for paying bills myself. But I know it will finally happen and it feels rather overwhelming, adulting in general feels overwhelming to me, so, yeah, get it.

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  2. Yep, paying bills is part of being a grownup. My phone bill is $119 and includes phone, internet and TV. That’s a bit under 100 euros. My electric bill varies from month to month. Somewhere in there I have to buy food for me and Jamie. Then there’s incidentals like toiletries, perfume, tissues, paper towels, kitchen stuff etc.-and then if you have anything left … wel …


  3. I wish I could pay bills and then complain about it. I was always grateful to have an income and all of the blessings that those bills bring. Now that I can’t work, I can’t even afford to buy toothpaste, I have to ask someone else to. I am blessed to have a family that sacrifices so much just so I can survive, but what I wouldn’t give to feel like an adult again and pay my own $250 phone bill, and buy my daughter clothes, and get a new pair of sneakers, and have my own home. I would have rather died on the OR table than be sentenced to not being able to adult anymore.

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