@olivia as of now I have already left - and they haven't said anything yet. I guess they got slammed with resignations and have my exit interview scheduled via phone in a couple weeks (so haven't quite wrapped up everything). I think if I'd had the meeting I probably would have brought it up too...but all of my interactions with HR during my 2 weeks were via email and it never directly came up... Fingers crossed!
BUT I ALWAYS FORGET MY METROCARD WHEN I DO THIS. And then I have to walk like 40 blocks.
I stopped at a similar place on my roadtrip last year - $22 to stay in the Harrah's in Laughlin, NV. It was simultaneously the nicest and cheapest hotel/motel of my entire trip, though it didn't have a roller coaster.
@jasmined great job! I was thinking about closing one of my never used cards - but turns out having a lot of credit cards doesn't harm your credit unless you're abusing your limits. (Commenters correct me if I'm wrong)
Paying off my “I don’t have enough cash to move to New York City loan,” 4% interest and $147 minimum monthly payment. December Balance: $4,069.48 January Balance: $3,932.86 I also have a vacation fund! One of the Mint.com suggestions I took them up on...I use my high yield (Ally) for emergency savings but have dedicated my Chase Savings for the less necessary vacation fund (aka easier to dip into if necessary). December fund balance: $1315 January fund balance: $2000 (I REALLY want to take a nice vacation).
@Mike Dang I wish. Unfortunately it was via email (and yes, @WaityKatie, actually in all caps) so we'll just have to imagine the singing together.
@DickensianCat touche. It probably annoys me too, but then I don't ever think about it again until the Billfold runs a piece on the topic haha.