@xxAnniexx That sounds awesome! I wish I had coworkers to do this with
I'm on my parent's family plan. I do work for the family business, so we just consider it a work related expense and my dad writes it off. It costs them $15 bucks a month, tops, and I buy my own phones and don't have any data (if I did, I'd have to pay for the additional cost). There is sort of an understanding that if I ever get my own grown up job that isn't working for the company, I'll have to pay for myself, even if I do stay on their plan. It's just so much cheaper than going off on my own.
First: the cable guy and the snake thing are both pretty much horrifying as anything ever. But yay for this being such a happy series of places to live/events! Super jealous of your one bedroom for $350. I can't wait until I am able to live alone (if that ever happens).
I can't wait to fly again, knowing this! Best tip ever.
@minijen Yeah, agreed about the median price point thing. I feel like if she was going to try and save money, why not just purchase the cheapest options of what she was looking for? And also, instead of just adding the total price of all the ingredients, it would have been more thorough to show how much it cost per serving. Because maybe the dollar store was cheaper overall, but Trader Joe's or Whole Foods might have been a better value for what you get.
@navigateher Yeah, for real. This type of thing is extremely manipulative and dishonest, and the mom needs to learn that this type of behavior isn't going to fly. Or she'll probably try it again (if not in this way, in another way).
When I was in elementary school one year my grandma took me shopping for my birthday and bought me SO MUCH STUFF from the Limited Too that I was so excited to wear. And then I wore one outfit to school and one of my friends made a comment that made me feel embarrassed and I never wore any of it ever again :(
The US needs to get on this
This is such a great interview!