Hi! I’m sure there’s like, hundreds if not thousands of messages like this daily. But, I hope you’re having a good day. If not, I hope that somehow your day ends on a better note. (That is to whoever reads this.)
To be straight to the point, I need $4000 to help catch up on rent. To be forward and honest, I’ve been paying back loans since the beginning of 2018 and all throughout the pandemic up until now.
The reasons why I’ve been paying back loans is because when first moving to another state, I worked in retail. During the holiday season I had near fulltime hours, but that slowly trickled down to barely 25-30 hours a week with a pay wage that was not sustainable to live on.
It’s only recently that I’ve found a job that pays a wage that is close to what is necessary to live along with the necessary hours needed. And even then, unfortunately I don’t get paid until the week after the first week of the month.
I’ve made many mistakes, by trying to open up credit lines and get more loans, putting me into even more debt just to be able to afford bills and necessities. I’ve worked 3 jobs all at once at one point to the point that I burned out of 2 of them because it was exhausting to only have a day and a half to myself to rest and take care of my apartment.
I know this sounds like every sob story in the world and I know that there’s many other people in dire situations as well that need help, but if you choose to help me in like, whatever way that you can, it will be appreciated in the fullest.
Anyways, even so, it was nice to be able to get all these feelings off of my chest. I still have to figure out what I need to do to help myself out of this situation, so I’ll likely go back to looking for things to do that I can do to help myself. Whether that means picking up another job again or attempting to freelance or something of the sort.
Thank you again, if you decide to help, and even if you just read this over. It’s hard making mistakes that is just detrimental to yourself, but I’m at least doing the best I can to rectify my mistakes and be better about how I go about things.