@OhMarie I dunno. I have the worst luck with drugstore makeup not matching my skin tones. Being able to try on stuff at Sephora has actually saved me money in that I only buy one lipstick and use it regularly instead of three that I kind of hate.
$40 every 2 months (1BR in sturdy mid-century building). Literally $30 of that is fees, though...
@lemons! How do you keep it from going stale and smelling like freezer ice though? Frozen bread is pretty dismal.
From what I read, it sounded like it was his ambition for some time but he shelved it for her. Great piece, Logan, thanks for sharing it with us.
I live downtown in a wintry city. Usually ok weather (March-November): walk everything under two miles, bike everything from two-ten miles, bus ($5.20 return-trip fare) for longer trips. Horrible weather (December-March) walk under two miles, bus everywhere else, try not to leave house. Supplies/air/repairs on my bike run about $30 a year. I spend about $30 a month in the winter on transit... super complex calculations indicate... about $15-20 a month on transit, factoring in emergency bus trips. I only take cabs when I'm traveling. I also pay about $100 extra a month to live downtown and not commute. To me the time saved alone is worth it.
@hthomas420 99% of the time it's just getting older. We're splitting hairs here, not talking coarse (not course! Seriously people?) patches of bramblebrush
Pffft. I could entertain my damn self if I had a car to run and house to maintain.
My 1 thing: booked a long overdue hair appt. During work hours, but they owe me OT so no problemo. Not looking forward to this phone call: "Please book an appointment to discuss your credit portfolio with us." AAHHH WHAT DOES IT MEAN.
@highjump Thirding this! Logan's voice is lovely.
@fake coffee snob Lots of high achieving poor kids do household chores or take care of their siblings. It's not like OP's pulling them from elementary school to plough the farm, for heaven's sake.