Pull up those balances!
Unfortunately, they don’t have Wi-Fi so we won’t be able to stream it, but we’re going to try to record the audio so you can listen later if you’re unable to come to the event.
NICOLE: The most important thing is that I have a unique outfit for every day. The rest we can figure out as we go.
Today’s post about the 31-year-old who lives at home gave me the idea that we should have an open thread about how much help we take or took from our parents, or how much we help our parents instead. I’ll volunteer to go first!
Back with more tomorrow!
The reason I stopped using the neti pot has to do with the amoeba Naegleria fowleri. This amoeba literally eats your brain.
Mike: Nicole, earlier this week, Ester wrote about what’s it worth for us to live alone. You and I live alone in our respective cities. Want to talk about how that happened?
The Billfold is hosting a night of honest storytelling about money on Wednesday, Jan. 28 at 7 p.m. at the Housing Works Bookstore Café, and if you’re in the area, we’d love for you to attend.