First of all... it is "our" yard not "are"
Originally Posted by Alienbetta1
Im gonna have like $20 after I get my pay check for cleaning all the grass out of are yard
. I've seen this mistake so many times online I honestly wonder if people know it's a mistake or not. And if you're not a native English speaker, now you know the difference.
Secondly.... I'm glad you're working hard for your money. This is a quality most of the "younger generation" have lost. At the same time, I highly encourage you to save more than just twenty before you go and buy fish supplies.
Why do I suggest something so absurd as saving money? Let's try two scenarios:
1. You don't save your money and you go right out and go to the fish store. While you're picking out your $20 heater, you find a fantastic deal on a tank + heater for $25. Oh, but if only you saved your money for that extra five! Now you'll have to save money again, come back to the store and pay and extra $15 for a 10 gallon tank. Boohoo!
2. Conversely, you save your money and discover there's lost more fun to be had deciding how to spend it, rather than digging in your pocket for that last penny to cover a purchase you're probably not 100% sure on making.
I can probably cite a dozen other reasons why you should save your money but I think this will suffice for now.
Just a few tips. Hope things work out for the best.