@Everyone - Thanks! It's especially exciting to me because for the first time I'm not saving up for school. So it's just going sit there nice and pretty. @cuminafterall - I have no responsibilities and no car. It's a good life (for now).
As of today I have a $1000 emergency fund saved! I got my enrollment deposit back from my college which freed up some funds. So now I have 1 months of rent+utilities+student loans saved which just feels good.
I keep my bike looking jus shitty enough so it's an unappealing steal.
I've gotten a surprise raise (recently!) and it was awesome. It did make me work harder and I was already working hard. I wish I was cooler about it though. My advisors told me I was getting a raise and I went "Yay!!! Thank you!" When I wish I said, "I appreciate you recognizing my hard work."
I'm a 23 year old taking a vacation in Europe right now! Only two weeks though. Okay. Two and a half.
I goooooottttta RAISE!
Did my 1 thing! I made a vision appointment and a birth control appointment! It was especially daunting because I haven't been to a doctor since I moved so I had to find new people.
@Catface Weird. My boyfriend and I got Iceland a bunch because we have good friends there and there's an awesome music festival. But I haven't met anyone else who think about going to Iceland. The beer is bad. If you go to Iceland don't even try with beer. I disagree with your friend about the food.
Going to Iceland is a cliche?
@RachelG8489 Almost all of the money gained from selling tickets goes back to studios. What keeps the theater afloat is the concession stand. Bringing your own food into a theater only exacerbates the problem of high snack prices.