I have been very fortunate to get some time away from a 8-4 office job in the past few years. It’s has been very liberating to make my own schedule; however, it also can get incredibly frustrating when financial problems arise without forewarning. Because of one such situation, I know have to make the choice of returning to my old office job again, but this change is made quite resentfully; however, I recognize that it will diminish my monthly anxiety to guarantee that both of us have enough funds on hand should another emergency come. See, everything was going wonderful until last month when our condo Heating, Ventilation and A/C component suddenly stopped working properly. Both of us had no choice, so we had to hire an expensive heating and cooling corporation to come give us assistance with the repairs. The gas furnace had been operating excellently for many weeks already this Winter; however, one morning it simply wasn’t blowing any air, no matter how much both of us fidgeted with the control component and power supply. It was getting increasingly frigid inside the condo, and even our cat was beginning to shiver and hide. It became obvious that both of us needed to seek professional support for our HVAC problem, so I finally notified a nearby Heating, Ventilation and A/C dealership. When all of the repairs were complete, both of us owed them a outrageous 1200 dollars! I went into debt very quickly just to fix the gas furnace in my house. I know I’ll be returning back to full time work to save up funds just in case our ancient Heating, Ventilation and A/C plan decided it’s going to give up on us again.