I know it is frustrating, if you have not been able to get "1 month" ahead - because if you can do that, it won't matter what date your 2nd Wed falls on - you will always have 1 month in the bank to be used for the next month.
But, to be clear, here is the schedule of your payments, in the DARK SOLID BLUE boxes.
As you can see, you typically have ONLY 28 days (4 X 7 = 28) between checks, with the exception of April's check, which is 5 X 7 = 35 days, July's check, September's check and December's check. So 8 of the 12 months you actually go LESS than 30 days between checks, and 4 of twelve months you go more than 35 days. This happens also to those who get the 3rd Wed or 4th Wed of the month as their payday.
So, if you can budget just a little bit, perhaps being creative with coupons and such, to get ahead by ONE month, you won't have to worry about which date you get paid. It can take a while though!
I get paid legal work fees for clients, via the government (routed through the government, but not the governments money, it is the client's money) for my SS work on behalf of claimants and beneficiaries --- and if you want to hear REALLY bad, get this. The government sometimes sits on my paycheck for months and months and months, for absolutely no reason, only because some staffer did not press the direct deposit button. It causes severe cash flow issues, temporary but expensive debt that is hard to pay off, given interest expenses, etc. It is ludicrous. So I too try to get ahead so when there is a cog in the payment wheel, we can survive, but it is not always possible. I do feel your pain.