(I had to delete my original question because there was a noticeable typo and it was bugging me)
Long ago we had friends who didn't count those things as bills and they were always short on food and needed rides everywhere because they didn't have money for gas. I grew up taught by my parents that groceries, gas for for your vechicles and pet food if you have pets are bills. You NEED to eat, you NEED gas for your vehicles and if you have pets they NEED to eat. So, I have always counted those things as bills. I set the same amount aside every 2 weeks for those 3 things, the amount for each never changes. Sometimes we spend more but it's not enough over to hurt us & sometimes we go under which is like bonus money for us but generally we spend what we set aside. Does anyone else consider those necesseties as bills (in the sense that they are consistent monthly expenses), too?
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