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My mom HATES spending money. I have a problem with that, because I'm almost graduating elementary school and I NEED a phone, laptop, makeup, bookshelf, new bed ect.. She has no problem spending a bit of money on school fieldtrips. She's single but i have a grandma that lives with us, and she rents our basement. PLEASE help me. :)
Pick what you really need, and make a case for her as to why. THEN, find a bargain for what you need. A phone is important for a girl your age, but to her, maybe not. Try to seek out a phone plan online. My service has something called "add a line" for an extra 20 bucks a month, plus more if you want data (which, I'm assuming you do). Since you're too young to babysit, offer to do 1 or 2 extra helpful chores around the house for showing you want to be responsible for a phone (and for goodness sake, DO them). Something that would REALLY help her out, like for instance washing dishes and pans after dinner. My son handles the recycling, and then we take it down to the center each month, he uses the money to pay for things like phone apps and such. He also vacuums the house once a week. If you do get a phone, listen to her rules, don't break them, and you will prove to her that you are growing up. See if your school has a laptop loan program. pennsylvania ask her to see if there is a local company that offers that help families that can't afford one. Otherwise, ask her if you can search ebay or amazon for a cheap one. Cheap, but not a dinosaur. If you cannot get one, try to understand that there are other more important things to pay for, like food, clothing, a home. If you do end up getting one, be thankful. Then, take really good care of your laptop when you get it, and use an anti-virus program also. Viruses can kill a laptop in days. I have a rule with my son that the laptop must be used for school first, and then "fun" second. If I see he is playing online before homework, he gets it taken away for the day. If I see it laying around, it gets taken away. SO, please, listen to the rules. A bed can probably wait, but there are always beds at garage sales. No one will know it's not "new" except you. Bedding can be a great way to update your room, without a lot of money. Look at Ikea.com for cheaper bedding. Also, try Big Lots, or Walmart first. Take care of those too. Don't eat on your bed, or drink red soda on it or anything. Make it every morning. Show her you're older and that you care about your stuff, and you respect her money. Cheap shelves can be found at Ikea.com also, as well as garage sales. Pinterest has great ideas for making stuff "work". Makeup can be cheaper if you find it at the dollars stores, discount stores. The fancy stuff will have to wait until you're older. It's amazing what lip gloss and face powder can do. Simple, but cute. I'm a single parent, and I just can't make money appear for certain things my son wants. But, if it seems important to him, I will look into it. Sometimes, I cannot afford it, sometimes I can. I am sorry to say no to him, and I know your mom will feel the same way. When you talk to her, please be calm, and speak to her like you would another grown up (not "Mom"). No yelling, no whining, not crying. If she says no, then you know you did your best, and please know she is doing the best she can. You can still spend the year doing the extra helpful things for her anyway, just to show her that you are willing to help her out because you love her.. not her wallet. :)
You don't need any of that really...do you understand how much that would all add up to? She is a single mom she does not have the funds for this. Those things are just wants, not needs, and you just want them to fit in with friends. Just because you graduate does not mean you need or are entitled to all these new things. I mean even just asking for one thing out of the options of the phone, bed and laptop are expensive enough. If you want them work for them on your own, don't ask mommy to get you everything lol
You're only in middle school, you don't need All of that. I grey up with my single mom, a little sister, and a handicapped grandmother. Want to know how I got through it? I said no to everything. If she asked if I wanted cookies, I said no. anything, I said no. All because I wanted to help her save money for my grandma. How about you be thankful and respect your mother.
Um, why do you need all of these things? You sound like a troll. If this is a real concern, go mow lawns in your neighborhood or something. Don't be an entitled little prick. Nobody likes those.
Get a job. You can mow lawns, walk dogs, help old people clean their houses, etc. you are old enough for all of that. Sounds like your mom can't afford to spoil you. You also need to learn the difference between "want" and "need." What you need is clothes, shelter, food and education. Everything else is wants. You earn your own money for the things you want.
Your mom is single you have no idea what a burden that is on a person, you should be happy with what she can provide and stop asking for something that has no importance.