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June 27th, 2018 at 09:00 am

I brought my lunch again today. I have not used my debit card in 3 days. But I want pizza so bad. Frown I just can't do it. I don't have the cash and I can't make my account worse just because I want pizza. Its disappointing but it will be better in the long run.

7 Responses to “Pizza”

  1. kashi Says:

    Could you make pizza at home tonight? Dough is not too difficult to make... Hugs to you. I know how you feel.

  2. debtfreeme Says:

    I either buy pizza dough and make the pizzas myself or use English muffins and make them. Yummy!

  3. Debt-free by Thir-ty Says:

    Good job on the bringing lunch. I don't want to be an enabler, but do you have credit card points? We have one card that accumulates points, but doesn't offer cash back or statement credits. It does have gift cards though. So occasionally, we'll cash in some points for a gift card and use that to satisfy our eating out habit. DH loves pizza, so I understand.

    If not, then homemade pizza is a good way to go to curb the craving.

  4. CB in the City Says:

    You can try the homemade pizza, but the pizza urge will go away. It's temporary. It's just a craving, not a need. Try not to think about what you can't have -- that will just make the longing worse. Concentrate on all the good things that you do have.

  5. creditcardfree Says:

    How about your pizza will be a reward at some future date when the funds are available. I make homemade pizza at home almost every week, using
    Text is this and Link is http://www.geniuskitchen.com/recipe/kitchenaid-crusty-pizza-dough-64860
    this dough recipe, basic tomato sauce, one meat or vegetables and of course mozzarella cheese. Now if you don't have these ingredients on hand working from scratch may be more expensive than one pizza, but in the long run you can save money.

  6. LuckyRobin Says:

    I've found an easy way to get past pizza cravings when I don't want to make pizza from scratch is to make a pizzadilla. Like a quesadilla, but with pizza toppings. I simply spread some tomato sauce on a tortilla, sprinkle on some Italian seasoning, add some mozzarella or cheddar cheese, then put on either some pepperoni, or diced ham, or ground beef, or some sausage, add a couple tablespoons of diced veggies (onion, bell peppers, tomatoes, whatever you have) put on a little more cheese, and then top with another tortilla. You can microwave this for 2 to 3 minutes until the cheese is melted, or you can put it into the oven for a few minutes at 450 degrees until the cheese melts. Then cut it into triangles. It is also good just with cheese and sauce or cheese, sauce, and veggies if that is all you have or don't want meat. Other great versions of this is to spread it with BBQ sauce, leftover chicken, and cheese, or Ranch dressing, chicken and cheese.

  7. Jenn Says:

    Pizza's good, but freedom and peace of mind are better! Think of how you'll feel when that bank balance after bills is a positive number. That's going to be reality because of your packing-a-lunch discipline.

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