Friday Estimate

Good morning! How about those meteorite fragments falling from the sky? Let’s estimate our weekends.

Tonight I’m meeting a friend for drinks at one of those places where men are required to wear jackets, and sneakers and jeans aren’t allowed (but the drinks are well-made and very strong!). It’s fun to get dressed up every now and then for no special reason, and she and I both work at places where the dress is pretty casual ($30-ish). I’ll probably get a haircut this weekend ($60), pick up a few groceries ($40), and may meet another friend for a drink on Sunday ($10). My estimate is $140.

Monday is also a holiday (Presidents Day), so we’ll be off, but I’ll probably come on to do our check-in.

What are your estimations?

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annecara (#1,914)

Valentine’s Day dinner with my husband tonight, probably $150-200. Tomorrow, dinner and drinks with my best friend, probably $50. Sunday should be relatively low-key. I’ll say $250 for the weekend.

LookUponMyWorks (#2,616)

Dance party tonight at friend’s: FREE!!!

Brunch tomorrow: $10

House-sitting for a friend with a woefully unstocked kitchen so will be buying coffee, coffee filters, napkins and kitchen towels: $20

Gas: $15

Going to try to avoid any and all shopping or drinking out because that’s all I did last week and my body and wallet suffered for it!

pawnknee (#2,911)

Party tonight in which I have to bring alcohol: $20
Dinner tomorrow night with some friends: $30
Groceries: $30
Even with the extended weekend I’m trying to keep expenses low. So, we’ll see!

whoaisme (#3,158)

Happy Friday, everyone!

Friday – Post V-Day pedicure, because I’m worth it. $30

Saturday – Oil change, with 30% off coupon. ~$20

Sunday – Forcing myself to return two of the Prabal Gurung for Target items that I’m not in love with, +$80. Selling unworn clothes and unread/watched books/DVDS at Plato’s Closet and Half Price Books, ~+$30. Grocery run for some essentials, $30.

Really need a positive/break even weekend after I went wild the past two. If I stay according to plan, I’ll come out a little on top (+$30!) and I’ll try to funnel that into lunches for next week. (The best laid plans…)

LookUponMyWorks (#2,616)

@whoaisme Pedicure! Great idea

I’m having people over tonight, and doing a grocery trip for that plus the upcoming week – $100. The rest of the weekend will likely be spent mostly working, but I do have to pop out to a party on Saturday, so maybe $10 for a 6-pack, $5 for potential coffee shop trip. $115.

Now I’m balking at the cost of having people over, but I know it will be worth it once everyone is over here having fun.

probs (#296)

@like a rabid squirrel having people over is the best, even though it can be expensive.

ThatJenn (#916)

@like a rabid squirrel I entertain relatively frequently, and because of that have found ways to stock up on popular foods for these gatherings when they’re on sale. Which is to say, have people over more often, it gets cheaper. :) (That said, my friends don’t drink so maybe your mileage will vary.)

@ThatJenn That’s a good idea! This is my first time having a party at this apartment, also the first time while I’ve been living alone – so it’s extra expensive this time but also extra exciting.

eagerber (#1,958)

I can’t believe it’s Friday already!

Totally unpredictable weekend ahead. My boyfriend & I were planning to drive up to NJ to visit my mom and other family members, but plans fell through. So now our weekend is wide open. There’s going to be at least one babysitting night or two, so I hope to make some money. ALSO, my first tax refund just popped up in my savings account. ROLLIN’.

So, we bought tickets for the Postal Service reunion show in Brooklyn, but just found out there’s a second show, tix on sale at noon today (I believe). So I may try to purchase better tickets, and then try to sell our old tickets. I’ve never sold tickets before, but my boyfriend is confident we can do that through TicketStub (sp?)… this is all new to me. We also have yet to make our bus and hotel arrangements yet. Could be pretty pricey, but we definitely think it’ll be worth it. And we love visiting NY in the spring.

Our friend also just accepted a new job offer, so we’ll likely be celebrating with her this weekend.

So, since plans are still up in the air, and tickets of all shapes and sizes may be bought and sold, I’m completely unsure of what this weekend will do to my wallet!

probs (#296)

This could be a spendy one for me. I kinda want to buy some expensive liquid soap and, so sue me, incense from Juniper Ridge, because I have been really nostalgic for the West lately and their steam-distilled, wild harvested products are supposed to be incredible.

I also might order a few basics on Amazon, like safety razor blades, socks, boring stuff, while my Prime trial is still active. My girlfriend and I are taking my sister out for lunch tomorrow, I’ll pay. Need groceries. No plans for drinks out.

I’m gonna guess two hundo.

lhorntx (#2,302)

Going to Houston for All Star Weekend, limiting myself to $130 for meals out and shopping. But I’m hoping I’ll come in well under that.

emmabee (#2,008)

Mom is in town visiting, so she will probably pay for dinners and things, which is nice of her. She is staying in my living room, though, so we spent $140 getting our apartment professionally cleaned, which pretty much evens out. I’m making dinner/doing taxes with a friend on Monday, so that will probably be $30 for groceries. So $170, including the cleaning which was technically Wednesday.

AlliNYC (#1,725)

My little brother and his lady friend are in town, so I’m sure we’ll do touristy stuff, take them out for dinner on Saturday, and meet up with my friends at a bar in Queens. I’m also getting brunch with a friend on Sunday who is leaving town in a few weeks, but have zero plans other than day-drinking on Monday, and tonight I plan on staying in and making tacos…

So if I had to guess, I think I’ll probably spend $30 on wine for tonight & Monday, around $150 for dinner/drinks on Saturday, $35 for Sunday brunch, and another $50 in there for random stuff. So, $265?

Good thing today is payday, oof.

BATS! (#2,770)

I haven’t even thought about what I’m doing this weekend, but I should probably keep spending down because I was very irresponsible this week – never brought lunch, went for coffee every day (sometimes twice a day), etc. I’ll probably be working most of the weekend, so it shouldn’t be too hard to limit my expenses.

Friday: dinner at my girlfriend’s place ($0).
Saturday: possibly brunch ($15).
Sunday: post-derby breakfast ($12), groceries ($25) and bus tickets ($30).
Total: $82.

sparrow303 (#1,641)

We had plans to go see Die Hard this weekend, but darling bf just admitted he can’t really afford the tickets this week after an unanticipated car repair, plus we are trying to save money for our impending move.

Thus, I will acquire the movie tickets ($25) because it’s important to have Bruce Willis in my life, and we’ll grab some Chipotle ($12) or something. A Starbucks run ($6) is inevitable, and hopefully we’ll get groceries on Sunday ($50). I may have brunch with some friends Sun AM, but I suspect they’re going to try to treat me to return a recent favor I did them. I’ll still throw in for bf if he comes, though ($30, just in case).

On Monday (I’m a teacher, hoo-rah!), my other teacher friends and i are going to the new Kuma’s Too location for lunch ($45 and it will be WORTH IT). I won’t need dinner that day and plan to spend the rest of it grading.

So sounds like $170. I’d be happy if I kept it lower, though.

joyballz (#2,000)

@sparrow303 one day I think I’ll throw vegetarianism aside and have lunch at hot doug’s and dinner at kuma’s. I had a veggie burger at kuma’s and it was good, but not the kind of GOOD the meateaters experience.

EvanDeSimone (#2,101)

This weekend is going to be a little rough. My friend’s and I are taking out a friend who’s going through a tough time. I’m basically giving myself a blank check for buying the guy drinks and food. We’re doing a full night out which is something I haven’t done in a while because I’m boring so I have no idea what it’s going to cost. I’m estimating $200? I’m also getting a haircut on Saturday but I have a gift certificate so that will be free! I’m going to take it easy for the rest of the weekend. I’m having breakfast at a diner with an old friend. Maybe $15 and I have to do some light grocery shopping so maybe another $30.

If Mike Dang is checking in on Monday then I don’t feel like I have to account for the holiday as part of my weekend so my estimate is $245.

ThatJenn (#916)

@EvanDeSimone Are you going to tip for your haircut? Unless the gift certificate somehow covers that, you likely should. Just a thought. (Also, what are you hiding about your holiday spending?!)

You sound like a good friend.

EvanDeSimone (#2,101)

@ThatJenn You are correct! I forgot to account for tip. I do always tip my hair stylist because she is amazing and nice and always tells me awesome stories about growing up in Germany. So add another $10 to my total.

Also you’re onto me. I totally push some of my less discriminate spending onto days that are not Billfold reportable. Busted.

ThatJenn (#916)

@EvanDeSimone I only busted you so I could know I wasn’t alone. Sometimes I am thinking of buying something or getting gas or whatever on Sunday and decide to push it to Monday or Tuesday just so it doesn’t screw up my Monday check-in. I am such a cheater.

joyballz (#2,000)

Out for my roommate’s birthday tonight. We’re going to get deep dish pizza and go to some dive bars. ~$40 without cabs. *I will not take a cab home. I will not take a cab home. I will not take a cab home.* There. That should do it.

Tomorrow I’m heading to my parents’ to celebrate my mom’s birthday and I plan to stay until Sunday evening. My share of her gift is $35.

Estimated: $75

ATF@twitter (#1,471)

I don’t know for this weekend. Not sure at all what the plans are.
Tonight is going to be low key. I know that much. It’ll involve going for a run and getting some takeout, maybe going to a movie. I’ll estimate $20 for tonight. Cant’ see spending more than that honestly.

Tomorrow and Sunday are total question marks. Might take the little sister snow tubing (that would $50 for the two of us not including any food and I’d probably need to feed her at some point). I need to sit down the older child and her mom and discuss her horrid freshman year grades (it’s a tough school – one of the exam schools in Boston so her struggles are not unanticipated but she’s smarter than the grades she’s getting). That should be free at least.

Other than that, I don’t know. I have no desire to sit around and be a slug after last weekend’s snow bound laze-fest. So I’m sure I’ll get up to something or other. I’ll give myself an additional $50 for that.

So $120 for the weekend then.

Blondsak (#2,299)

Continuing my under-&50-for-fun goal this weekend. Plans are still very up in the air, so this will be a very rough estimate.

Tonight: Nothing! Staying in and doing homework.

Saturday: No plans as of yet, so $0.

Sunday: We are maaaaybe driving to a records fair in Baltimore with friends, which should be free unless I find something I really can’t live without, like Antonio Carlos Jobim on vinyl. I will estimate $15.

Sometime this weekend: meeting up with an old friend of my boyfriend’s, who is in town for a conference. Depending on when he can meet up I may opt out, since I have tons of homework to get done this weekend and really need all the time I can get. But I will estimate $30 anyway.

Total: $45, but it may also be nothing.

andnowlights (#2,902)

Well, I’m leaving today to go to my grandmother’s funeral (which is tomorrow).

I filled up the car yesterday, so that doesn’t count. My parents are paying for the hotel (which includes breakfast) and they’ll pay for the meals we eat with them… I’m guessing around $100 for the gas home and a meal at the restaurant that my husband and I really want to go to?

Not really sure, honestly. This was super unexpected so we’re just going with it.

ThatJenn (#916)

@andnowlights I’m sorry for your loss. I hope you’re able to just be with family and that that’s a good experience (well, as good as it can be).

andnowlights (#2,902)

@ThatJenn Thank you! It was a very, very good weekend, despite the sadness. Love seeing my family and family friends on 24 years. And much less expensive than I was expecting, which is always good! Hope you had a great weekend!

ThatJenn (#916)

@andnowlights I’m glad it was a good weekend. Some of my best experiences with my whole extended family were at my grandmother’s memorial service and subsequent burial (they were several months apart – it takes a long time to get a slot to bury someone at Arlington Cemetery), and I’m glad you also got to experience that. It’s pretty wonderful to get a chance to all remember someone together… cuts the sadness a bit. Glad it also didn’t break the bank.

My weekend was lovely, thanks!

ThatJenn (#916)

I have a very chill weekend, which is a major relief after last week! (Last week was fun, but very busy.) It should also be cheap, as I have no big expensive social plans, though I’m allowing that maybe some will come up, and have a full tank of gas in my car. Sweet.

Friday: brought my lunch, have leftovers for dinner, playing Pathfinder with friends at my house in the evening: free!
Saturday: Plan to get up and go run at a state park, which is free as I have a pass, and then eat lunch at home and go to an open house with a friend. Saturday night I am staying in and enjoying having the house to myself! Free.
Sunday: I suspect we will have brunch with friends ($40). Then, another open house, maybe checking out a fine arts fair where I’m unlikely to buy anything, grocery shopping ($50) and an evening of cooking at home to get ready for the week.

So, I’m predicting $90 for the weekend if we do go to brunch with people. You know, since doing this estimate thing I’ve done a MUCH better job than ever before of keeping my grocery bills low, and they just keep getting lower as I take Friday mornings to plan things out and compare my estimate to my bank account. It’s awesome. Thanks, Billfold.

amirite (#2,677)

After-work beer tonight: $9
Snacks and booze for a movie night with friends: $30
Farmer’s market: $25
Laundry: $4

Total $68

Normally I would have a line in there for groceries too, but I did my shopping early this week (it was $60).

LizF (#1,399)

Such an expensive week and it will be a spendy weekend with hosting a brunch (potluck) and having a friend in from out of town. Probably 150$.

Leila@twitter (#1,607)

Friday:
Lunch with boss $10 (I don’t know if he’ll pay, so let’s assume not).
Promising apartment viewing $0
Threading $4
Dinner with dad & brother $0 (They’re my Friday night special).

Saturday
Laundry $0
Catching up with a friend long-distance, talking smack and business (FaceTime) $0
Apartment viewing $0
Night out: one or two glasses of scotch $8-20

Sunday
Brunch (not sure yet) $20
Haircut $60 (It’s supposed to be $45, but I have long complicated hair, so I assume I’ll be paying at least this much. Which is better than when I used to pay $100 for a haircut. Fingers crossed that my haircut will be nice!)

Also, does anyone else get the awkward questions about whether you have “Ethnic hair” over the phone with hair salons? I find it obnoxious.

Hoping to get the following done too: some freelance work, getting rid of all my old CDs, meeting my cousin to work on my closet and going to the gym at least once! I have been bad about that on weekends.

Total: $114, pretty spendy all things considered because I have high maintenance hair. Maybe I’ll rethink that second drink and my unconfirmed brunch plans.

chic noir (#713)

@Leila@twitter

Yes on the ethnic hair :). Which btw * points to photo* I’m blk. I understand if it’s a blowout place because it will take more tons to straighten my hair since I wear it in it’s nice state. I have very large Afro that reaches mid back when straightened. So there’s the length thing too.

I guess it’s the way the question is asked. Perception is everything.

Now where is this 4 dollar thread place:)

skippersarah (#2,314)

@Leila@twitter I don’t have “ethnic hair” per se, but I have very curly hair. And my hairdresser just became a nurse and is no longer cutting hair, and she’s the only person I’ve ever found who specializes in curls and dry cutting AND will cut it for only $50 (only!), so now I’m contemplating just trimming it myself? So I feel your pain!!

@Leila@twitter If you do have “ethnic” hair you probably shouldn’t be getting it done at a place that has to ask you over the phone if you have “ethnic” hair, no? (Now that I’m married to someone with “ethnic” hair I’ve decided that pretty much my #1 favorite benefit of white male privilege is the $25 haircuts.)

Sallymander (#3,159)

@stuffisthings Haircuts are one of those things that have gradually crept up in price in a way that has been hard to notice! I feel like the frog being boiled alive slowly because I used to be like, “Me, PAY to have my hair wind up shorter? I have my own scissors, DON’T I??? Gimme five minutes in the bathroom and I’ll take care of it!” But now I would consider a $40 haircut cheap because I AM SPOILED and HOW DID THIS HAPPEN?(!)

Sallymander (#3,159)

@Sallymander Also I have very heavy, very slippery Asian hair and I have yet to find a non-Asian person who can cut it the way I like without very lengthy explanation. This used to not be a problem in California, but there are fewer Asians on this coast.

megadith (#273)

I anticipate a pretty low-key weekend. We are going to see our CPA on Saturday to have our taxes done and I actually have no idea how much that’ll cost. I will endeavor to find that out today. Otherwise, there will be groceries ($100) and I have to pick up a prescription ($20). I am joining a book club and the book has a super long waiting list at the library, so I’ll Kindle it ($13).

chic noir (#713)

10 for a movie
10 for random stuff that might include a movie snacks.
Maybe another 12 for thrift store shopping.
A new vacuum cleaner 45

Total 77

I think we’re supposed to take a European friend “clubbing” tonight (basically free because she owes me $100). Does anyone have any idea where one would do such a thing in DC? I was thinking maybe 18th Street Lounge but it can be impossible to get in sometimes.

Sallymander (#3,159)

@stuffisthings How do you feel about gay clubs? Try Town (near AdMo/U Street)

@Sallymander Noooooooooo! (That is where all my wife’s underage American U. friends go. I always feel bad about taking up space at a gay club with a big group of straight girls. Though the drinks are cheap/strong.)

Grocery shopping, mostly for produce and maybe some meat and cheese: $25
Comics: $10
Watching all the Criterion movies on Hulu and cleaning my apartment: $0

I’m going to estimate an even $50 just to cover any random stuff, like maybe getting lunch with a friend who also has President’s Day off.

terrific (#1,532)

I don’t even know why I’m bothering estimating, because I’m going to Chicago (WOO) this weekend and will inevitably be MILES off of my total. But let’s be rough:

Tonight: we’re eating dinner at my boyfriend’s and bringing sandwiches to eat on the plane as a late-night snack. $20 for a three-day CTA card.

Saturday: buy some eggs for the weekend to cook at our rented apt ($2); Museum of Science and Industry ($18); lunch somewhere ($10); dinner at my favorite Chicago restaurant ever ever ever ($40); a few various drinks various places ($20); Too Much Light ($15). total = $105

Sunday: lunch somewhere ($10); coffee/milkshake ($5); Chicago pizza to prove to boyfriend that it is better ($10); drinks at the John Hancock for our Valentinesaversary ($20); drinks elsewhere ($20). total = $65

Monday: hopefully, not much beyond lunch. $15

total: $205. I’ve allocated $260 to the trip, so hopefully that estimate is pretty much accurate…

joyballz (#2,000)

@terrific Where is your favorite restaurant?! I want to suggest Watershed for your Sunday drinks elsewhere, but they’re closed on Sundays! My friend and I just did a staycation in Chicago in December so we could check off a bunch of our bucket list things. We’ve lived here all our lives, but never did the touristy stuff. Hancock was definitely a highlight because we accidentally went at sunset and WHOA.

terrific (#1,532)

@joyballz HOPLEAF. I love it.

joyballz (#2,000)

@terrific That place is amazing! I hope you’ve already narrowed down the beer list to 10 or so. I always have to have a beer plan when I go in there or I get overwhelmed and panic and order a green line. Which is delicious, but not what you should be ordering at hopleaf. Hope you have a great weekend here!!

terrific (#1,532)

@joyballz Ahhh, I was JUST thinking “oh god I know they have the green line what if I can’t get anything else fast enough and the waitress comes and I blurt it out!?!” so to the beer menu I go!

thenotestaken (#542)

No plans yet for tonight, maybe dinner or something chill: $20
Going to a friend’s party on Saturday, I’ll say $10 for booze and $10 on transit.
$10 for acro yoga on Sunday.
I’ll say another $15 for miscellaneous expenses. My weekends aren’t planned out enough to do good estimates.
Total: $65.

Chel (#2,960)

I’m going to my parents tonight, my mom is buying my dinner in exchange for helping with something on her computer.

Tomorrow I will need to pick up some groceries for me ($30ish) and some from my grandma. She had surgery this week and is housebound for at least another week. My mom will reimburse me for whatever I spend for that.

I am tempted to get a pedicure. I can do it myself, but it is so relaxing. If I do, it will be around $30.

Hopefully I’ll be under $75 for the weekend not including Grandma’s groceries. I need to do some rearranging of my living room and clean out my closet, so I’ll be staying in most of the time.

I try to keep the second half of February as low-cost as I can since I am hourly at work and the end of the month paycheck will be two days shorter than usual. Although, our department is down one person for the next month (we only have three people) so there may be some overtime.

skippersarah (#2,314)

Tonight I’m working on a new rental property, and it’s far away from my kitchen, so I’ll probably eat at Chipotle, it being both a Friday in Lent and still a day that I have food allergies, so no soy and no meat, $10

Saturday I’m sleeping in and then ferret sitting and then babysitting…I will bring my own meal–because again, no soy–but it will be homemade from previously purchased groceries, so $0

Sunday I will be ferret sitting very early in the morning, because the ferret needs medicine and I will feel that justifies a latte, so $5 there. Then onto working on the rental for most of the day, but with time to run home and eat and shower before I teach a PREP class, so hopefully no more than that.

So, maybe $15 for the weekend. But I could be like, “screw it, I want to eat out,” and it could be more and that’s OK.

Dancercise (#94)

Tonight: Drinks and dinner with the cool co-workers ($20)
Saturday: Making money at my second job, then probably home for an evening with Netflix ($0)
Sunday: Target trip for toiletries and maybe some groceries ($35)

Estimate: ($55)

Tatiana (#194)

This could possibly my cheapest weekend on The Billfold record to date! But we’ll see what happens:

Tonight: I plan to do laundry, watch some movies and make dinner at home. ($0)

Saturday: Farmer’s Market in the morning to pick up some fruit and fresh veggie juice (about $20), and then a friend’s birthday ($20 for gift), then Bart fare ($7).

Sunday: Possible brunch ($20).

So, my estimate for the weekend is $67! I really hope I stay within my budget. Have a great 3-day weekend everyone!

pterodactylish (#2,321)

dinner tonight $15. birthday dinner for boyfriend tomorrow $200. party for boyfriend $60. groceries on monday $40. $315. RIP budget.

Sallymander (#3,159)

I’m going to go ahead and count the entire holiday weekend: I took $20 out from the ATM today to get food at a lunch truck, and the change will probably be mostly frittered away on whatever by Tuesday. Either way it’s money gone from the bank account. Not sure about plans but I’m going estimate a dinner and movie for two because it seems about time to have a Date Night with the husband. Movies are stupid expensive here, so let’s say $30 for two people (my frugal soul is withering…the sacrifices we make for love). $25 for dinner. Gas is a good guess too; let’s say $40 to fill ‘er up. Groceries, another $50. I am going to commit to not buying any snacks this time, because the last time I went I bought way too many snacks with the excuse that I was stocking up to last a while, but then I ate them all in a week. Clearly I cannot be trusted to be a responsible snack owner. I’ll throw in another $50 of spending money because I suck at budgets. $215 total, for the both of us.

Beezus (#1,007)

I have no plans for the weekend, which could either mean spending very little or very LOT money.

FRIDAY: I was just invited to a girls’ night at a friend’s apartment, which could be fun. But I’d also made tentative plans with my boyfriend to finally go see “Zero Dark Thirty” (this is probably the fourth weekend this has been our tentative Friday plan). Either way, I think I’d spend about the same amount of money – $20ish for a bottle of wine for girls night or $20ish for a movie ticket & sneak-in snacks.
ESTIMATE: $20ish

SATURDAY: Boyfriend is going to a 9 a.m. TRX class, which means I will think about going to the gym while he’s gone but will probably actually stay home and eat a breakfast burrito. No plans for the day, but we talked about going to our favorite brunch spot this weekend ($15 if just pancake sammich and no bloody mary). The rest of the day, I would like to go for a run or to the gym for a swim and also continue reading “Storm of Swords,” which I started this week. Probably I should make my meal plan for the week & go grocery shopping, too ($45ish). That night, I am making delicious chicken & lime soup (free as already have ingredients) (seriously go check out the blog Budget Bytes if you haven’t already), and I have plans for beers with the little brother ($20ish).
ESTIMATE: $80ish

SUNDAY: My brother will most likely crash at our place, so we’ll probably make breakfast in the morning (FREE as have all ingredients). (I have been experimenting with breakfast potato recipes, nom nom nom.) Here is where it gets dicey – brother often cajoles me into doing things that cost MONEY, even though neither of us have much of it. I’ll have to come up with something between now and Sunday morning that we can do that is either free or doesn’t cost TOO much. Maybe I’ll cook something delicious and we can watch a movie at home?? Maybe Sunday is the day for “Zero Dark Thirty,” and brother can tag along?
ESTIMATE: Oh god please let me keep this day’s total spending under $30

MONDAY: It is forecasted to be a classic cloudy Seattle day, and I hope to spend it drinking bloody marys at home and watching GoT on demand. Also, cleaning apartment, laundry and cooking/baking for the week ahead.
ESTIMATE: $0???

TOTAL WEEKEND ESTIMATE: $130ish

(I know this is super long, you guys, but this is so helpful for me to get all this down so I hope you do not mind TOO much, or if you do, that you just ignore me.)

selenana (#673)

Friday is coming home and eating leftovers, 0.
Saturday is a morning coffee date with friend, 1000 yen for coffee and breakfast.
Maybe a few groceries 1000¥.
Sunday is brunch with friends 2500¥ plus 1000¥ train fare.
No holiday weekend here, ours was last weekend.
¥5500 or around $60.

ThatJenn (#916)

I am the saddest person, refreshing the Billfold at work to see if there’s a check in post on Mike’s day off.

amirite (#2,677)

@ThatJenn Ha ha, I did that yesterday too.

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