If you are angry or emotional about something, you usually end up making bad emotional decisions, especially when it comes to money.
You need to come up with a pre-set technique such as counting to ten or taking big breaths to disrupt your emotions and bring you back to reality to make a good decision.
Having a technique to disrupt your emotions helps immensely when it comes to making financial decisions as it can keep you from making costly decisions and keeps you on track to grow your wealth successfully.
You are in the learning stage of life until you go out and get a full-time job.
There are two parts to the earning years: earning enough money to pay your bills, and saving enough money to prepare for the yearning years.
If you only focus on spending your money to enjoy life during your earning years, you will not have enough money later for the yearning years and will have to delay those yearning years well in to your eighties or nineties.