I think I like Mike Dang on a soapbox. Go get 'em, tiger!
Jia, you are made of magic.
@bgprincipessa EXACTLY! I'm perfectly happy mashing up an avocado with some garlic salt and lime juice and calling it a pasta sauce or eating 3 different types of bread product for dinner. I'd have to step it up to host and it sounds great, but I get a little worried about pleasing everyone.
"One size fits most" LOLOLOLOL
too close to home.
Logan remember when you finally did your taxes from last year and it wasn't so bad?!? (At least the filing part, remember?) "It feels great to have spent a collective 834928 hours worrying and putting off something that took me … maybe an hour." "im never filing for an extension again it just prolongs the pain" http://thebillfold.com/2012/10/sharing-my-tax-triumph-with-friends/
Great post! If someone comes forward, I'd also be interested to see one from the perspective of living on very little money when you are not young and pretty well educated. So often, student (and post-grad) poverty is transitional...what is it like when it is not?
Oh god, Robert as a European Robin Williams, my eyes can never un-see! I hate when the entrepreneurs cry, keep it together you emotional messes! I love this show.
I would love to be a young person who finds out about my trust fund. Any day now, secret trust fund.
I feel like we are kindred spirits. My technique: A) Compliment the seller's taste. I just LOVE that nightstand they bought new 4 years ago! BUT... B) It's out of my budget/price range. =*( *tiny violins playing* C) I was actually looking to spend more like [half of listing price] on a nightstand. Let me know if you're flexible! D) I can pick up any day, with cash, give references, call me, etc. I am ULTRA reliable! Go forth and conquer the used furniture of the world!