@stuffisthings Wait, I thought you could only consolidate your loans once. You can do it multiple times?
@readyornot Really? I've always heard it was the numbers that are counted.
@Mike Dang It cost you $15 to hug your friends goodbye!
Totally agree about the rice cooker and French press, but for me book lights and lint rollers are "single use" in the "buy, use once, then store in drawer for the rest of my life" sense of the phrase.
@iffie Dried beans are much cheaper than canned beans. Like $1/lb.
@shannowhamo That was what I came here to say: wedding DJs suck, and iPod playlists of songs you know your friends will dance to are sooo much better (and cheaper).
@Megano! DON'T cut out gluten before seeing a doctor! http://www.webmd.com/digestive-disorders/celiac-disease/features/gluten-intolerance-against-grain?page=3 FTA: “The test really has to be done before [quitting gluten]. If you don’t do the test and begin the diet, your antibodies slowly but progressively decrease and become normal within 3 to 6 months,” Guandalini says. That means that a celiac diagnosis can be missed or delayed, especially if the person hesitates to start eating gluten again in order to go through testing.
I thought I would be smart and take a shortcut through a park one day, and it turned out to be Gramercy Park and I couldn't get back out. Finally I gathered up the courage to ask a stranger to let me out. It was pretty, but probably seemed more so because of the whole Secret Garden aspect.
Huzzah, paid-off credit card! Hearing about paid-off debt is almost as good as watching them clean up the houses on Hoarders. Going to schedule some payments of my own! Yes, everyone on TV either gets their parents to pay because they are "rich" or gets a full ride scholarship to Harvard because they are "smart." Those in the middle are not sufficiently special to get TV shows made about them, apparently.