I had a very expensive Thursday, so it will be a low-budget weekend. Tonight: Dropping my suit jacket off at the dry cleaner ($6). Saturday: Customary bagel and coffee ($7) followed by a trip to a holiday market to browse for gifts. Not intending to buy anything, just looking for ideas! Dinner with friends in the evening ($20). Sunday: Home all day is the plan--Netflix, cleaning, cooking, resting before a family-filled Thanksgiving week. May do a small grocery shop ($15). Total Estimate: $48
@annev17 @garli Oh yes, or the one whose parents cut her off and asked me if I could cut her rent in half (absorbing the rest myself) because "it's super hard to support myself?" (WHICH I HAD BEEN DOING FOR 3+ YEARS AT THAT POINT I MEAN REALLY)
I appreciate your tag.
@blackframe I can't speak for their clothing (as a plus-size woman I just assume they don't have my size or style), but their bags are immaculately constructed. I get compliments every day on my tote, and whenever I travel on my weekend bag.
Nazanin is my favorite part of this podcast. No offense to Alex, but like, she is awesome.
@may june july Ah, good point. Still, yes, yay for modest sized houses! My childhood home was like, 1700 square feet for 7 of us? So to me a 500sqf bungalow would be roomy!
@aardvark Tiny house! Ahh!
@wedothemash Hampstead Heath! <3 Well done on your game.
@kentuckienne Good on you, quitting a job that wasn't good for you! x
Helloooo! This weekend I spent $12 on a LIRR ticket to my parents' place, from which we left to see my brother in a play up at his college. As I am the one who got him into drama in the first place, initially as a techie, I was so proud to see him as the lead in a Shakespeare play. He's really come into his own.