While I was in school, my house was a mess (most of the time). A power clean was done when people came over. That meant, grab everything that was out of place and throw it in the closet and dust just where they were going to be...or vacuum for that matter.
I frequently ate healthy snack foods...and sometimes not so healthly....family and hubby can help cook too....nothing wrong with the ole' hands there...I used to tell my hubby that.
Ah, yes...the bills...well, I paid what I could, when I could. I picked a day in the month in which all of them were to be paid and paid the ones I could. The ones that needed to be paid...I was late on all my credit card bills by the time I graduated! Hey, I had lights, a roof over my head, food, car, gas for that car.....all the necessities!
When you become an RN, you won't have as much studying...more time with your family, you can hire someone to come in and clean
(maybe?? maybe not....great thought tho), you can eat regular meals...and never look at peanut butter and jelly ever again (popular nursing school food....'specially at the end of the month-between paychecks kinda thing). Oh, and you'll get so caught up on your bills....well I did...that I can double pay to get ahead....
Just imagine...that's around the corner for you. These next months will zoooommmm by for you. YOU CAN DO IT! Heck, if I can do it, ANYONE CAN
!!! Good luck! We're here fer ya! :kiss