Your long pieces and interviews are always so beautiful, Logan. This made me tear up. Thank you.
Wonderful piece, Logan. I love your writing.
Normally, the fear of getting in trouble at work does the trick. When I'm in school like now, it's worrying that I'll fail the course, though often even that doesn't work. I set two alarms across the room and try my best.
Oh man I did 1 thing today and it was changing my phone account's billing address. Done! But I still need to get a new credit card before mine expires at the end of the month, waaahhh!!
This is super interesting, wow. The part about men not necessarily being interested in finding an equal, who are more looking for a younger/ sexier lady - this is something my friends and I talk about fairly often as single professional types... it is both validating and super depressing to have this suspicion confirmed by a dating guru! Feminism where are you// Patriarchy, whyyyyy?
Attending weddings, forever and always. So I'm not spending much tonight (maybe like $10?), am going to a work sponsored BBQ. Tomorrow, I need to pick up a card and cash to put in the card - $100 approx. Iced coffee between wedding and reception: $2. Spending for booze at the reception: $40..?? Not sure how expensive drinks will be. Sunday: Probably hungover brunch: $20. Maybe ice cream or just maybe I'll go to a movie: $20ish. Weekend total: Trying to keep it under $200. Good god.
Great interview! The best promotion out of the hairpin, the toast and the billfold ones (are the others??). SO interesting to see how you do money. Edith - you're missed on the internet. Logan - love your interviews.
Cool. What I drink in Canada: Americano, $2.50 at my favourite spot.
Friday: $93 to rent a car for a day, went to visit a friend. Spent $13 for coffee beans and $30 on a book for a belated bday gift. Saturday: $28 on fuel before dropping the car back off. $80 on bachelorette night out (uggghhhhh) Sunday: $5 for hangover ice cream. Predicted $250, but I'd forgotten to include gas money in the estimate. Actually spent: $249. Painful, but that's what I was expecting.