Everything nowadays is extremely expensive. It might have something to do with the poor state of the U.S. economy, but all you really care about is how it affects your paycheck. Taxes seem to be rises exponentially for you each year, and you were certainly less than pleased when you had to cancel your annual vacation.
And now, you're trying to figure out how in heck to pay for your spider vein treatment. You really wish that you didn't have to deal with any sort of spider vein treatment, but your spider veins are serious enough that they require it.
When you sat down with a dermatologist to discuss your spider vein treatment options, you were less than thrilled to find out that the total cost of your particular spider vein treatment plan was going to run into several hundred dollars. You of course protested, and your dermatologist calmly explained it was either that, or deal with more serious medical issues that could arise because the veins were taken care of.
Your dermatologist does have a reasonable payment plan, but even the monthly installments are a bit too high for you. So, you've decided to get an additional part time job at your local bookstore to offset the costs. You've decided to use that salary just for your treatments. This way, you can get the treatment you need and still be able to pay your other bills. Hey, it could be worse. You get to sit down when you're not stocking books, and you're definitely acquiring a new love for literature!