It looks like someone didn't pay attention in elementary school when they learned about the difference between a need and a want.
Octo-Mom filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy on Monday, which is the most serious form of bankruptcy and basically means she is flat broke. The same day, however, she was seen strolling to the Total Woman Gym & Day Spa — a membership that costs her over $500 a year!
Listen, we understand the importance of working out, but not at the expense of your children's well being! Even with a monthly check for $2,000 from the the state of California, Nadya Suleman is about to lose the house that she and her 14 kids call home.
Exercise is essential for a healthy life, but there is no need to spend money you don't have on a fancy gym.
Go for a run outside, do push-ups in your living room or crunches on the floor. Whatever you do, don't spend your next mortgage payment on a gym membership!
Octo-Mom may not have a home next week, but at least her gym has a daycare center. They keep kids overnight, right?
[Image via Ramey Pix.]
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