Mine is on a shelf on my bedroom, still in its original tube.
@sockhop I would go to that! I'd love to get out of Atlanta too, because I've lived in Georgia forever and need a change. For now I'll settle for moving ITP, since I'm too scared to move somewhere without a job.
$26.41 for tapas and bottomless sangria + $3.05 for some risotto at Trader Joes. I didn't get out much.
@AnnieNilsson I had a teacher in high school who somehow earned a college degree without ever graduating from high school. But no one ever bothered to care whether she had a high school diploma so she got to continue teaching IB and gifted classes.
I understanding not wanting clutter, but god man, take the DVD box sets. If nothing else you can get a few bucks from selling them.
I recently found a half.com coupon code for free shipping up to $25 with a minimum of a $10 order. I got 11 books for around $9 (one of my books ended up being out of stock and they refunded the full price of the shipping I didn't pay) by buying a bunch of $.75 books from two sellers. It was pretty awesome.
Is there some age at which people start thinking that the polite thing to do is to split checks evenly? My friends are very exact about paying only for what each of us ordered, unless our meals actually did cost the same.
I recommend befriending some housewives who used to cut hair professionally but now just do it out of their houses. They're probably the best part of living in the suburbs. My last cut perfectly good cut was $10 and she wouldn't accept a tip, either. I can't fathom paying the $40-50 +tip that most of my friends do, let alone $100.
I decided not to spend more than $20/mo on coffee and it's sort of working, if only because I've given up on life outside of my bedroom when I'm not working.
I lived in Dearing Garden for 2 years and it was the best. $325/mo, walking distance to downtown/EVERYWHERE, and so much more charming than the big student apartment complexes.