oh man that Smithsonian job basically involves winning a small lottery (one of many small lotteries, in a life of small lotteries?): "ATTENTION: Due to the large number of qualified applicants for positions of this type, this job announcement will close at 11:59 pm Eastern Time on either: (A) The closing date listed above or (B) The date that 200 applications are received;"
I wonder how this is going to change if/as jobs become virtual or freelance. I work from Philadelphia for a company in NYC, and one in a small town in Wisconsin. The gig in NYC came second, and paid more -- and I used it to negotiate a raise with the Wisconsin gig. Which, maybe it just makes sense that a job from an expensive city would pay more because of cost of living...but I don't live in either of those places! Though I do commute to NYC sometimes, which makes the extra money from that job necessary in a basic-living- costs way.
on the Simpsons, Marge offers McGill as a consolation prize when Lisa looses a fencing match: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cc5vN2XReWs
@Allison ooo, good (felt) tip!
@sea ermine booo! I actually solved the $ problem by seeing a student at UPenn, which, mercifully, fit my needs for therapy and my budget (which involves splitting costs w my parents, I am 23) at $40/session.
@Christy some interfaces also have an email function -- I think Psychology Today's website has a directory, with an "email" button. So if you're not sure, you can email blast a dozen or so therapists about the insurance thing. Super stressful/time consuming to do on the phone.
a bag from Nordstrom's that my roommate Blair bought a week ago is stalking me in Facebook ads. I think she must have sent me the link to show me when she bought it, but its strange.
@blair hahah our house guests would love us. "here, money!"
Oh Blair is right we need a couch. I would buy a couch then put the rest in savings.