Hoping to keep it relatively cheap: (1) Lunch today: $13 (2) Lunch w/ friends: $15 (3) Snacks (maybe): $20 (4) Glasses: $95 (will be reimbursed by FSA)
I don't think it has to be an either/or situation. They can make extra payments to the student loan while saving up for a wine hutch and/or find a cheaper alternative.
Laundry: $5 SIM card for phone: $5 Food: $15 Lunch: $12 Yes to low-spend weekend!
Q: Has anyone used Airvoice Wireless for cellphone service? How do you like it? I'm deciding between Airvoice and Simple Mobile, but am leaning towards Airvoice b/c it uses AT&T's network. Also, anyone have recommendations for Android apps? Preferably free. Thanks!
@LookUponMyWorks I'm sorry about your week and hope that the weekend is better.
Personally, food and clothes are almost always in-store purchases, unless (for clothes) I know the sizing or have tried it on beforehand.
@PicNic Cat quilt - a quilt for a cat or a quilt with a cat design (or both)?
I'm hoping to keep it a low-spend weekend, considering I've be shelling out a lot of $$$ lately. Lunch today: $11 SIM card and first months' payment for phone: $45 Laundry: $5 Misc. (probably food and smartphone apps): $20
I added most of my federal tax refund to the student loan, so they are telling me that I paid for two months (of course I've put in a payment for that extra month). This is in addition to the non-negotiable extra payments.