Also, crippled by education loans. And a healthy anticipation of the apocalypse, be it zombie-related or not.
Also: stuff sucks. The Makers of Stuff have been doing an awful job of motivating me to want to spend my hard-earned money on anything non-edible for the last 4 years or so. Make nicer stuff and we will talk.
What about when someone gives you a $2 bill in change? Are we not even going to address that? (I keep it FOREVER or until I want a breakfast sandwich)
@stuffisthings I suppose the amount of energy expended in anger and frustration would take away from the energy needed to just deal with the day to day and enjoy life. Frustration and anger can be so crippling, especially when it also feels utterly useless to your situation. It seems like they've passed that phase and have moved onto resignation?
uuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuugggggggggghhhhh. That's all I got.
@mouthalmighty (We may have a student loan column in the works.)
stilltasty.com is another good site and actually breaks it down by type of food and how it's stored (fridge vs freezer). 3-5 days seems to be the limit for most perishables, so that fruit cup probably won't kill you yet. Though you might get sick.
@Marissa I still do that a lot of the time.. I'm just paranoid about forgetting it!
It's the amount of money I would need to be a position where I would never have to work a job where I was being constantly mistreated & can afford a week’s stay in the hospital without going broke.
By Fig. 1 on Very Wealthy Man Argues that Our Growing Income Inequality Means Our Economy is Working
This is relevant to my interests.