NICOLE: Team Amy.
ESTER: There is no Team Amy, take it back right now.
“There are snacks and Kleenex in my purse right now. I am like a bridesmaid waiting for a wedding.”
Corrie is a 23 year old American expat partnering with her boyfriend Alberto, a 33 year old from Peru, in their first business venture: running an ice cream shop in Cusco.
“Hamilton’s image is about to shrink on the $10 bill. And he’ll be joined by a woman.”
All financial advice is useless, best of luck!
“My college fund was my brain.”
I think Mother’s Day is *weird* and I don’t know how to celebrate it except as a daughter.
“He makes sure I don’t go too far off the saving deep end, and I make sure we have enough money to pay all the bills.”
A home named after Charlotte Bronte that was built in the 1920s in the style of an Italian villa, and it’s been on the market for a long time, and it’s reasonably priced?
The unspoken online dating rule—I mean, it’s pretty clearly spoken on “how to do OKCupid” sites—is that the first few dates should be low-cost.
What would be the reason why we can’t make four $20s? We have 50 quarters, after all.
“When I started farming, there was this sense of urgency about it, as if it was the only thing I could possibly do, regardless of the consequences. I’m a little bit more measured about it now. And I have a much more realistic picture of what it takes to make a living doing it.”
Being broke isn’t always hilarious, obviously, often it’s terrifying, but I do think you have to step back and try and gain some sort of perspective about the things you’re experiencing, and knowing when to laugh is crucial.
I love the idea of the Dash Button—please let me stick these all over my apartment—but I also feel a little strange about advocating for Amazon Everything.