@Megano! I hope it is the most beautiful garbage pail in the history of ever for that price. A work bench is usually a large wooden desk-type deal. My Dad had one for his electrical work, and my husband has one for computer stuff.
@apples and oranges The eternal answer: it depends! I got an MPH in environmental and occupational health, then worked for two years, and am now getting my PhD in epidemiology (hopefully this semester). The great thing about an MPH is how flexible it is. There are a lot of jobs that an MPH skill-set will apply to. But it depends on what you are interested in doing, and what schools you are looking to go to as they all have different strengths. Also, if you are in the US do not expect to get funding, aside form loans, for a master's program.
Ugh, that sounds like a horrible situation. I was super nervous about combining finances with my husband when we got married, but it worked out to be the simplest and lowest stress option. It probably helps that he asks me permission to spend over $100, even though I don't think he needs to. Being open about how much we are spending as well as where is important.
What should those of us you are terrible and awkward at coming up with questions do?
@Victoria Ngo@facebook Maybe he meant the higher fees the seller/businesses pay? I believe AmEx charges a higher percentage on transactions than VISA/MasterCard, which is why fewer places allow them. Or he was just nuts, who knows?
I like this quote about paying back your parents: “You don't pay back your parents. You can't. The debt you owe them gets collected by your children, who hand it down in turn. It's a sort of entailment. Or if you don't have children of the body, it's left as a debt to your common humanity. Or to your God, if you possess or are possessed by one. The family economy evades calculation in the gross planetary product. It's the only deal I know where, when you give more than you get, you aren't bankrupted - but rather, vastly enriched.” ― Lois McMaster Bujold, A Civil Campaign