My 1 thing is to clean my apartment before houseguests arrive tomorrow. I know I should do it today because I have time today, but I'm a little worried that I'll keep procrastinating on it until about 30 minutes before they arrive (tomorrow night, post-dinner).
Also, there is a lot of hockey on this thread and that makes me happy. :)
@LookUponMyWorks ooh, please report back on Interstellar! I have heard very opposing views on it.
@LookUponMyWorks Statistically significant other. :) It's from a comic called XKCD, and I love it.
@Tripleoxer that sounds like an awesome cover show!
This weekend will be interesting and hopefully low-spend. I just realized that a conference I am attending today ends before and not after lunch (no free sandwiches!), so I'm guessing I will spend about $10 getting lunch. Tonight, we've got tickets to see Big Hero 6 and a friend party, but it's definitely the SSO's turn to pay for things. (With me, they're always SSOs.) Tomorrow is a relaxing and sleeping in day, followed by running, baking, reading, and football with friends. I'll bring drinks or food to football, but I already have those at home. $15 just in case I need to make an emergency grocery run? Sunday I have no plans but may try to get beers with friends. I'll guess $25 to be on the safe side. Woo, $50 weekend! It may become a hundreds of dollars weekend, though, if the SSO and I get our act together and buy plane tickets for a January friend wedding (...or register for the Yosemite half marathon, which has been a topic of interest lately.)
Today: a doctor copay was $25 this morning, I just spent $11 on lunch, I'll probably need another $10 on my metrocard for tonight, and I will most likely drop $25 on beer for two friend parties later tonight. Tomorrow: no spend? I've got some home time (puppy time!) with friends and a party for which I already have supplies. Sunday: $25 for food and drinks with friends. We're going to a show too, but we've already got tickets. This weekend will fly by but be lovely. ...and hopefully I will actually stick to my $96 estimate.
Always own! Always!
@kentuckienne Ziplining! That sounds utterly awesome.
The only things I spent money on this weekend were adding $20 to my metro card and paying 62 cents at Starbucks because that was the amount of coffee not covered by the gift cards in my wallet. Cheapest weekend ever! Most of my weekend was fun friend stuff that involved previously purchased alcohol/food, but I also spent a lot of time hanging out at home doing no-spend things. It was a wonderful weekend - lots of sunshine, lots of snuggling, lots of home cooking, and lots of Netflix.