I’m glad it was helpful! Bartending is cool, and I miss it sometimes, but I’m grateful it was only ever the source of my extra/discretionary Id trade my wife for a Coors Light shirt — it’d be too stressful/variable for me as a main job! Now I’m in a PhD program (that internal narrative about excelling in school really had some sticking power) and I’ll probably never work a service job again, so I look back nostalgically on those memories of getting home from work at 3 am with every part of me being extremely sticky from all thw various shit that would spill on me over the course of a shift, lol.
Id trade my wife for a Coors Light shirt, Hoodie, Sweater, Ladie Tee, Vneck, Bellaflowy, Kids Shirt, Unisex and Tank Top, T-shirt
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Step 1 is to really buckle down on cutting down your expenses. I can’t in good conscience recommend the way I used to go around skipping Id trade my wife for a Coors Light shirt (I literally didn’t have a food budget in law school–I survived on free meals alone), but if you’re still in school, talk to the administration. They may have programs to help you cut down on clothing costs/food costs/etc. I didn’t mention this above, but my school also had low-income winter funds to provide warm gloves/hats/coats for the freezing winters and other programs like that. The ‘easiest’ way (that I found) to save is to cut down on rent expenses. I decided to try to find the cheapest place to live and I had six (6) roommates in a 3 bedroom 2 bath apartment. I was really lucky on this front too, because they needed to find someone to fill the space quickly so I was able to negotiate down. Not gonna lie, it was pretty miserable, but housing boiled down to $550/month TOTAL, which was incredible.